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VIRGINIA STATE IIBRARIT 
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Published Every f hJursday 



Newspaper Prw^id 
In Virginb Bcacfc 



in Virginia Beach for the People of Virginia Beach 



Vblume XLI, No. 18 



35 



TELEPHONE 428-2401 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1966 Two Sections- 16 Pages 



SINGLE COPY: 10c; BY MAIL $3.50 PER YEAR 



ONE NIGHT A WEEK 



Night Registration Starts 
Tonight at PA. Courthouse 



VIRGINU BEACH - Beginning 
tonight, the City Electoral Board 
will hold special night registra- 
tion once a week until the June 
11 deadline, for ^e July 12 Dem- 
ocratic Primary. 

John B. James, Electoral Board 
Chairman, announced that Mrs. 
Anna H. Cotton, general registrar, 
will sit from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. 
once at eadr of the following 
places: 

May 5— Mrs. Cotton's regular 
office on Courthouse Drive at Prin- 
cess Anne Court House. 

May 12 — Kennpsville Fire Sta- 
tion on Princess Anne Road. 

May 19 — London Bridge Fire 
Station at London Bridge. 

June 2 — Ocean Park fire sta- 
tion on Shore Drive. 

June 9 — Virginia Beach Bor- 
ough Fire Station on Arctic Ave. 

Mrs- Cotton's regular office 
hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. week- 
days. There are also 22 assistant 
registrars in precincts of the city. 

Assistant registrars available al 
the following locations are; 

Vibginia Beach Boroug'.i— Ralard 
J. White, 708 23t;i Street. 

KempsviMe iBorough — Thalia 
precinct — Mrs. Paula CjUins. 
4145 Viiginia Brach Bou!evnrd. 

Kemipsville Borcugh — Kc.Tips- 
ville prec'nct — Mrs. W. C Par- 
ker, 5229 Carolanna Drive. 

Kempsville Borough — Wcrd- 
stock precinct — Mrs. Naomi 
Thnm-on. 6313 E^ast Indian River 
Road. 



Lynnhaven Borough — London 
Bridge precinct — Mrs. R. W. Ash- 
worth, 1968 Laskin Road. 

Lynnhaven Borough — Greet 
Neck precinct — Mrs. Sarah Bar- 
row, 22005 Bueberry Road. 

Lynnhaven Borough ^ Oceana 
precinct — H. E. Frizzell, Oceana 
Hardware Store. 



City Will 
Seek Aid 



VIRGINL^ B0M:« - City of- 
ficials in Virginia Beach plan to 
seek federal aid to help with beau- 
tification work on highways, park, 
and other areas. 

The City Planning Commission 
staif is, at pres3nt gathering ui 
formation on how much the city 
spent for beautification the last 
two years. This will provide a basis 
for the federal request. 

Sources at city hall are hopeful 
that an aid request will be ap- 
proved by July 1. The planning 
is in t':e preiiniinary stages and 
specific improvements and costi 
have not yet been determined. 
Such aid for projects is avail- 
able from the federal government; 
on a SO-per-cent bas's for such im 
provement projects as highiwii' 
plantings, fountains and other phy- 
sical work oi> existing parks anc" 
lardscaping around histaric build 
ings. 



Lynnhaven Borough — Linkhorn 
precinct — Capt. C B. Arrington, 
13C1 Penguin Circle. 

Lynnhaven Boro.igh — Cape 
Henry precinct — F. D. Lowell, 
*114 54th Street. 

Lynnhaven Borough — Ssatack 
precinct — James Hairstonr 1811^ 
Cypress Avenue. 

Lynnhaven Borough— Little Neck 
precinct — Mrs. Edith White, 
White's Dept. Store. North Lynn- 
haven Road. 

Lynnhaven Borough — Plazi- 

(Continued On Page 7A) 



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EXPECTED FRIDAY 



No Decisions At 
Mixing Deadline 



VrRGINlA IBE3A0H — Friday, May 6th is the date set by the Office 
of Education of the Department of Health, Education ai>d Welfare for 
the School Board of the City of Virginia Beadi to comply with earlier 
directives. As the deadline rapidly approaches, federal officials have 
not said whether they will accept a new {^n submitted by the Virginia 
Beach School Board. 



The details of the, new plan have 
not been released, however it is 
known that the plan would further 
integrate both classes and facul- 
ties over integration diiring the 
present school year. In addition 
the School Board has offered to 
integrate totally summer school 
facilities this summer. Again no 
details of that plan have been re- 
leased publicly. 
The new proposal, offered hv the 
City was sent to HEW officinls 
Tuesday after the original free- 
dom-of-choice plan was struck 
down and the city was told to hi- 
tegrate completely. A deadline 
for complying with the federal di- 
rective was set for May 6. Since 
the old plan was struck down a 



month ago, Frank #. Cox, 
Superintendent (d Virginia Beach 
Schoob has had several meetings 
with federal officials, but has not 
been able to find out Just what 
is expected of the school system. 
Then the new iffoposal was sent 
in. No acceptance or disapproval 
has been forthcoming at the 
deadline. 

At this time Federal authorities 

have refused to comment on their 

position. Cox described la?'- 

minute regctiations as "nebulous," 

but would not comment further. 

Cox tnM the Virginia Beach Sun 

Wednesday afternoon that he had 

called the school board into ex- 

(Continued On Page 7A) 



Mother Is 
Bound Over 

VIRGINIA BEACH - After a 
preliminary hearing Monday !;■ 
Municipal Court, Mrs. Kathlean 
Lorttta Dolphin. 33, who is charged 
with murdering her 6'/i-month-old 
son, was bou;id over to the grand 
jury. 

Mrs. DrSfhin. of tfie 900 block o; 
Virginia Avenue was redeased o.- 
$1,000 bond. 

She is charged in the deat'i 
of her youngest child, JaT.es 
Robert Dolphin, March 14 in her 
jiome. The boy was dead on arr 
rival at the General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach. 

D;t2Ctive U. G. K. Bryan head 
>f the juveiV.'e bureru, to'd the 
.'oiTt that Mrs. Dclphin said the 
. zhyd slipped ircm hei- hands IrAo 
a flflstic tu& while she was wash- 
ing him. 

Brynn said Mrs. Dolohin told 
him that the chUd's mouth and 
nose went under the water, but 
she pulled him out immediately. 
Short'y after that, Bryan went 
on, she noticed the child was hav- 
i.-.g difficulty beathng a-d cal'pd 
-.er husband, who worte at the 
\orfo'k NavB'l Station. Her hus- 
band then cabled the Virginia 
Be3oh ReKjue Squad, he said.- 

Bryan said members of the 
squad tried to revive the child 
with artificial respiration anc| 
took him to the hospital. 
An autopsy perfwmed by the 
Tkfcwater Medical Examiners of- 
fice in Norfolk indicated the diild 
died from a massive hemmorhage 
at the base of the skull, Bryan 
said. The child's body was also 
Imiised, he said. According to 
Bryan, it was on the basis of the 
auto^)sy that Mrs. Dolphin was ar- 
rested. 

Mrs. Dolj^m, descrioed by her 
attorneys as "several months" 
nregnant, stood quietly while 
Brvan testified but ^e dd not 
testify. Her pttomey? did not pre- 
sent anv evidence in the hearing. 




BUREAUCRATIC BUNGLING DENIED 




ATnEND OmFERENCE — At the recent Fvtan ftidaess Vtm^n 
of America ceoventlea held In Richmoai, Dana Marria. KeOm 
MBier, was decM t« tbe it^ oifice at Ualarin. She h pictared 
■e at ker mmf iwipalf paatan. (FlMa by Ctkmm) 



Tour Starts 
Next Sat. 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Th3 Bay- 
side Business and Profe siona' As- 
sociation announced rccent'v thnt 
a new tour o-^eration will begin 
th's s'-^mer along the beach s:uth 
of Spnibrid-^e. 

Walter Leveridje, Assofiatlon 
pre-ildeot, ta'd the lour wtl take 
Rbo'tt 90 minutes and will be of- 
fered to Oie public two or three 
M-v.^.1 a Jav. deneading on the 
tide, b^irinninp Saturday, May 14. 
Levcr'dgs sa'd a cane i?d truck 
aH t'a*l"f with the s^'tinp cina- 
c'tv 'c- 30 "e'-sons w^ll t'-avel s-^uth 
'rn^ S~ndbHd«e to the Natio-al 
W'fife Rffuge, 6-d the 80-fool 
cbs^rvatiDn tower there. 

Called Beach Wagon Tatn. the 
oncrntiofl will cater to groups, 
charging tl.S9 for adufa ami 75 
rents for children. 
Tne tcur route will be along the 
beach at low tide because •hwe 
is new read scutii to ft? wiWIife 
Tc'Mgs. That is why the tSde dic- 
tate the number of tr^» each day. 
Le^«ridge said that reser\ati<M!S 
an aeotsmrf for the tours be- 
cause the t^ and weather c(m- 
ditkms wl] controi the scheduie ci 
trif§ «Khday. 



ARMED FORCES DAY PAR.\DE COMMITTEE members met re- 
cently to map plans for the upcoming parade. Left-to-right, mem- 
bers of the committee are: Fred Geiger. Al Mailhes, Ken Blackwell, 
Micke-/ Bailey, Ed Brogan, Bubba Bayne. Roger Scott and Elmer 
Tarrell. Not pictured was member Sam Scott. (Photo by Scott) 



HEADQUARTERS TO OPEN 

Robertson Campaign 
Committee Named 

VIRGINIA 'BEA:H - State Senator E. E. Wiliey of Richmond, State 
Campaign Manager for th? re--;cction of U. S. Senator A. Willis Rob- 
ertson, has announced th; /.a.nes of the Virginia Beach Campaign 
Commiitee. 

Sen. Willey wes in Virginia Beach recent'.y meeting with Henry L. 
Lam and Dr. Ira L. Haco^k, wh:m 
Wiley ntnned co-ch:;irmen cf 



P,obertEO.n's campaign committee 
in Virgir.ia Beech. 

ethers on Ihs ccTSTiitteo include: 
Roland 0. Halste?d, Dr. Mfyer H. 
Legum, Davis Robertson, Sr., W. 
Hu?h Kitchen, D. J, Cra't, Gar- 
land L. Layton. Horace C. Shirley. 
,}. Curtis Payne, R. L°? Pigo, 
Mr^ Wal'ace Clerk, T. Lewis 
Jchnson. Mrs. Evsrstte Wi'sm. 



Mrs. W. K. Almond, Jr., John 
Wareir.g. Austin E. Ow?n, James 

E. Pilley, H. 0. Jrceman, Mrs. 
Francis J. Geiger, Mrs. Richard 
C. Dimaga, James G. KDnto'panos 
W. Edward Hudgrns. Jr., Marshall 
A. Po'ndexter, Frank J. Wade. A 

F. Nic'.ioEon, Mrs. Anne Moore 
D?nnis, Mrs. David P. Graharti. 
James L. Kitchin, Leslie A. Weary 

(Continued On Page 4A) 



ORDERED HELD BY JUDGE 



Norfolk Man Pleads 
Guilty to Charges 



VIRGINIA BEACH - One of 
two men charged with the alxiuc- 
tion and armed robbery of a gro- 
cery store manager last Novem- 
ber pleaded guilty to charges in 
Virginia Beadi Circuit Court Tues- 
day. 

John Brian Hadley, 26, of the 
400 block of West 21st Street. Nor. 
folk, was ordered held by Judge 
Richard B. Kellam pending a pre- 
sentence report. 

Judge Kellam ruled him guilty 
on both counts. 



According to Hadley's attor- 
week in the trial of Maurice Eu- 
gene Bailey, 24, who was sentenc- 
ed to 10 years in prison Tuosday 
in Norfolk Corporation Court on 
other charges. Bailey will also 
stand trial for abduction and arm- 
ed robbery. 

Tince Giant Manager Donald C 

Mainhard, 45, of the 4800 block of 
Frostburg Lane, said Tuesday that 
he was followed to Virginia Beach 

(Continued On Page 4A) 



$10-A-PLATE 



Spong Forces Organize; 
Plan May 26 Dinner 



VIRGINU BE-^CH-The Youth 
for Spong Conmiittee met at LirA- 
horn Elementary School last week 
and made the decision to sponsor 
a $10-a-'jlate fund raising dinner 
to bs held Mav 26 al the Cavalier 
Hotel. 

About 50 {M?rsons attended the 
rr'iy and sat in on the plan mak- 
ing. 

Cr,mmitter.Ten for the dinner 
were announred by George Dar- 
djn. They are: 

Tom Shownaker. finance cmti- 
mittee; Mr?. Dave ^ormont HI. 
social; Bob Evans, l^>or advisor; 
and Owen Pickeft. l:gal advisor. 

At the .same t'me, Dardcn also 

Man Sentenced 

VIRGINIA BEACH -- Edwa-d 
T.bi.nse. 41. (A mh Street and 
express Ave. has been sentenced 
to five vcars in nr'scn a't'r plead- 
ing guilty to v-luntiry manslaugh- 
ter m the Dccwrber 12 death of 
Mrs. Francis Whitthur t. S, of 
CyprtSs Ave. 

According to testimony bv De- 
tective W. I, Grant. Tcfciase ad- 
mitted shootii^ Mrs. Whitehur* 
Decendwr 11 in an argument over 
I2S. She died the mxi day in a 
kx^ lwq>ital. 



appointed a seven mender speak. 

er bureau. 

Speaking at the meeting. City 
Treaairer V. .\lfred EtherkJge 
.said that a lack of education goes 
hand in hand with poverty. ' 

Elheridge added that State Sen- 

( Continued On Page i\< 

Appeal Denied 

VIRCrLNIA BE.\CH - LeRoy W. 
Whitehurst Jr , 47, charged with 
holding up a 7-11 stare at Rabbins 
Ctrner. 3p;)ea:ed in court Monday 
a.nd was b?und over to the Ci.'cuit 
C;i'..rt grand jury. 

Ml nieral Court Judge George 

Vak;s turned daan a plea by 

j Whitehurst's attorney, Lee Kelberg 

j that his client be conwnitted to a 

mental institiition. 

W .tehurst. according to testi- 
mony, apologized to store nrana- 
' ger William L Goodson, as he 
! was robbing him of $81. Goodscn 
j said Whitehurt was a regiHar 
I customer at the store and t^W. 
him his name during Oie hokkfl) 
j and that he lived across the ^rest 
i from the Ch^apedte Beach Fire 
I Station. 

I Shortly after the rohbey, pdice 
picked up ^itehur^ at his home. 
Th«-e Aey found a toy pistol aaA 



Federal Official Says 
Beach Aid Requests 
Not Filed Correctly 



VIRGINIA BEACH - There is 
a relatively new federal agency 
called the Department of Housing 
and Urban Development, with re- 
gional offices in Philadelphia. The 
new department was created last 
fan to make the Federal wheels 
of progress move a little faster, 
but as far as Virginia Beach is 
concerned, it is beginning to seem 
that there are few kinks in the 
cammunication channels there. 

Back in February the City of 
Virginia Beach made application 
for approximately $4.5 millicn in 
Federal funds for two water and 
sewerage expansion projects. The 
original application went to sev- 
eral state agencies then to the 
Department of Health, Education 
and Welfare before reaching the 
new Federal Department. There 
they apparently stopped, or went 
around in beaureaucratic circles. 

Meanwhile the City of Virginia 
Beach was anxiously awaiting 
some word on the requests before 
moving ahead. Early this werft 
Richard J. Wehbon, Coordinator of 
Urban Affairs, said the city may 
be forced to drop. its requests if 
action is not taken within the next 
month. 

The Coordinator had spent much 
time traVeling to Washington aitd 
Philadelf^a tryiag -to get some 
kind of information on the status 
of the request, but with little 
success. He says he had enlisted 
the help of both Senators and sev. 



eral Congressmen, who had met 
with about the same amount of 
success. 

And that was the way matters 
stood until late Tuesday when the 
new federal department reacted to 
Wtbbon's remarks. A spokesman 
in Philadelphia said they were not 
delaying funds, but that the City 
cf Virginia Heach had never made 
formal application for the money 
in the first place. The spok:snian 
said the papers filed in February 
by Virginia Beach constituted only 
a preliminary application. 

In describing the next step to 
be taken, Jercme Parker, regional 
director of the Communities Fa- 
cilities Administration of the new 
department said Virgina Beach of- 
fcials had also failed to prove 
plans for the water and se«.vcrage 
projects with other area planning 
studies. Webbon, on the other, 
hand, says he did not know until 
he was in Philadelphia last week 



Rotary Club 
Scholarships 

VIRGINLV BEACH - Tlie Vir- 
ginia Beach Rotary Club has an- 
nounced the winners of its 1966 
Rotary Scholarships. 

Andre Evans, chairman of the 
Rotary Scholarship Committee, 
saki Tuesday that Sandra Kay 
Long of PriiKess, Anne High 
School, Walter Tliomas Mathias 
of Virginia Beach High School and 
John Jerome Peck of Cox High 
School were this year's scholars. 

Each scholar gets a $750 schol- 
arship from the club. The nroney 
for these scholarships is raised by 
the presentation of original shows, 
like "Scuth Pacific," which is be- 
ing presented at the Dome this 
weekend. "South Pacific" is spon- 
by tl^ 

W%S( 

Beach Civic Chorus 

Miss Long, the daughter of J<An 
P. Long, has maintained a "B" 
average and plans to go to the 
Medical College of Virginia. 

Walter Mathias is the son of 
assistant Fire Chfef Melvin R. 
Mathias. He plans to go to med- 
ical school, and is filth in a class 

f 174. 

Jerry Peck is the son of Mrs. 
Ardehna S. Peck, a teacher at 
Cox High School. Jerry plans to 
maj( r in electrical engineering at 
V.P.I. 



sored by the Rotary Club, and is 
being w%sented by the Virginia 



Chamber OK 's 
Proposal 

VIRGINIA BEl\CH — The Vir- 
ginia Beach Chatflber- «< Cam- 
merce has endorsed the action of 
the Southeastern R^ional Plan- 
ning Commission in proposing tiie 
establishment of a Hampton Roads 
Standard consolidated Area for the 
1970 eenajs to the federal govein- 
ment. 

The chamber urged area 
chambers and all other interested 

business groups and government 

agencies to work toward the 
establishment of this consoUdated 

area. 

The Beach Chonber approved 
the measure in the form of a rejo- 
lution presented to the body by R 
Bradshaw PuUey. chamber presi 
dent. 

The resolution called for the 
formation of this consolidation be- 
cause water barriers between the 
cities of Portsmouth. Virginia 
Beach, Qiesapeake. Norfolk, New- 
port News a-nd Hanpton continue 
to be reduced in signifigance with 
increasing road, wata* and ai: 
transportation. 

The resolutkm also pointed out 
that "a community of intere.-,t ir 
business. Industry, shipping anc' 
toiffism exists between the citie' 
on bcth sides cf Hampton Road.' 



trying , to find out the stati|s of 
the applications that such proving 
was nece.s.s'ary. He says he will 
now take the plans a.s .so^n as 
possible to the S:)Uthe<o.st'jrn Vir- 
ginia Regional Planning Commis- 
sion. 

Parker said there i.s no way the 
amplications could b^' processed in 
less than thirty days even if the 
formal requests were sjnt in im- 
mcdiately. 

One of the major reasons thai 
City officials are anxiaus to "cut 
through the red tape" in a hurry 
concerns the con-truction of two 
new schocls in Virain'a B>'oh 
which will open next fall. The 
Federal money is to be used part- 
ly for construction of water and 
sewerage facilities at the new A\- 
antcn Schcol and at the new Oce- 
ana High Scho:>l. Accordinj; to 
Wfbbon, the contracls ff;r t'le con- 
striction of tlitvse fa.>ilitie- have 
to be awarded by the first of June 
in order to get them finished on 
time. On the other hand, the City 
cannot s'gn contracts for thework 
while the requests are peniirtg. If 
they do. the applications for Fed- 

(Ccntiaued On Page 4A) 



Rmes Raised 



VrRGI^M BBACH - W. Earl 
Willis, administrator of the Gen- 
trol Hospital cf Virginia B:ac'). 
sad T.;csdoy that th: ■ hovitai 
raised its daily rales by $3.53. 

Willis said the semi-private 
rooms were ircreased to $25.59 
a day and private rooms were in- 
creased to $30.50 a day. 
The increase, which went into 
effect Sunday was because the hos- 
pital "mus-t have salary increases 
about July 1 f'.r nursing person- 
neH," Willis said. 

He added that the hospital hoped 
it wotddn't have to rai^ its rates 
again in the nezw future. 

The increase came approxi- 
mately two months earHer than 
expected. It was geaerally felt 
tkat the salaries of tlie nursing 
personnell a' various liosqitals 
would be raised because of the 
load of Medicare patients ex- 
pected July 1. 

Nearly all hospitals in the Tide- 
water area have raised their rate, 
but as yet, the rates irtcrease at 
*he General Hosnit:il of Virginia 
Eeaeh were the Icwest. 



Inquiries Up 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Albin R. 
Mailhes, E:xe<cutive Director of the 
Virginia Beach Chamber of Com- 
merce, said his office has reced- 
ed more than 15.000 inquiries from 
prospective visitors so far this 
year. 

Maitties said tte chamber has 
received more than 3.000 n»re in- 
quiries than at the same time last 
year. 

He said the diamber received 
2.00B inquiritt last Thursday, set- 
ting a new one-<bv record. 

fTbe majority of inquirin are 
on coupons clipped from the city's 
advertisements across the coun- 
try, Mailhes said. 




VICE ADMIRAL HOGLE de<ycated tiie Exckanfe Ch* rf Virj^ 

Beadi's FrteJoM ^rhie at Vtat(lnia Bea^ High S^o^ 

Hm ateilral. as wcO as slims wpAa to i 

dw i e<icaO s«. Hie Suise was preseatoi to ttM 

was aeror defeated. It coetaias |A«to Mptos af » 

eaa itemnaiU'Ttpniiaicti tor tiw Exdwige CU af 

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JU^tnAVCTI-^nie Itialta G«r- 
||l 04) siet recmlty it Ibe 
Wmt IMhadist Church. Hostess- 

ftnc Mrs. S J. A^hbee, Mn. 
: F. IX«gan nd Mn.^ J. R. 

» Mrs. W- A. ESLnghausen. mm- 
SHIH^ committee chairman, pre- 
«nU)d the alate ti tr-rken for 
Hi ODiniic year. They are. orcsi. 
gjpt. Mrs. L. L. Kee. Jr.; 1st vice 
leeshiail, Mrs. H. W. ?£ate& Jr.; 
%id tke president, Mrs. D. H. 
Shetks: recording secretary, Mrs. 
J'. L. Leonard; ccrrespondii^ s«:- 
•vetary, Mrs. A- L. Sykes; and 
r, Mrs. R. E. Ita«6on. 



Fans were taais for forthcom- 
ag cookout in -June to be held at 
the home of Mi«. W. H. Stilii. 



Date wHl be announced later. 

Mrs. N. p. Am^ annsuoced ^ 
1111) .Annual Lunch^xi wi^ be h^ 
May 18, at 12 N<K}n at tiie Lake 
Wright Mwior L:Alge in the Cape 
Henry Ro?m. Mrs. E. K. Eakes 
win assist Mrs. Anr.ato. Mrs. J. B. 
HJbbard will instaU the new slate 
of oIHcers. 

TV C k p. Tele-tone Com- 
pany presented the pro-am — 
"Cdlorful Conversation Pieces." 
Slides cf stc:s in P.oral arranging 
airf cc.T dieted arra-igemeots 
tI-.r<s.^:out the house wee shown. 

Blue Tikh-yR awiards were pre- 
sented to Mrs. Graydon Early, 
Mrs. L. L.'Kee, Jr., Mrs. F. L. 
Leonard, and Mrs. D. H. Rhodes. 



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'Garden Tea 

KiaSPEVlLIj: - "n>e Garden 
Tea" of Mrs. Myrtle C. Parsons 
for members of Ujc Suburban and 
Kenpsville W(»nan's ckii>s; ladies 
d the Military Order d World 
War?, lal.es of the Ordinary Dspt. 
d Pilot Life Insurance cjixr^asy, 
invited guests and neighbors, will 
be held on Saturday, May 7, fnan 
2 to 4 p.on. 

Guests are permitted to brii^ 
Uieir motierj. 

Parking <^jace is being provided 
by the Virginia Heights Baptist 
Church on JCeinpsville RoadLat 
Lake Terrace Circle. 

^ thd event of rain, the tea will 
be y^^\itMtJka unui a later date. 



MRS. STANLEY MICHAEL STOCKTON 



fiTOCKTON-CHERRY 

VHIGINU BEACH-Miss Mary 
Patricia Qierry became the bride 
of Stanley Michael Stockton on 
Saturday April 30 at a fomnial 
aft^noon wedding ceremony beki 
in the. First Presbyterian Quirdh. 
The Rev. John S. Lyles officiated. 

The bride is the dau^Jter of 
Mrs. Robert Joseph Cherry Sr. of 
Virginia Beach and the late Mr. 
Cherry. The bridegroom is a son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cauthorn 
aockton of Bay Idand. 

Given in marriage by her bro- 
ther, Robert Joseph Cherry Jr., 
the bride wore a gown styled of 
reembroidered Alencon lace and 
heirloom ivory silk peau de soie. 
The bodice with a portrait neck- 








FORCED Din 

If a long illneu kept you 
from earning your weekly 
check, your standard of 
living might be drastically 
lowered. To make sure 
you can count on a regu- 
lar income, when you are 
disabled by illness or ac- 
cident, inquire now about 
JEtna Life's Income Pro- 
tection Plan. 

KELLAM - EATON 

INSURANCE COMPANY 

3111 Pacific Ave.— Virginia Beach 
428-9161 

2406-B Prince;s Anne Rd.— 
City HaU 
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line and pejdian was fashioned en. 
tirely of lace, aoc«ited at the 
elbow sleeves and modified Em- 
pire waistline with bands of peau. 
The slim bell skiit was accented 
at back waistline with peau 
streamers trinmned in lace. The 
chapel la»gth train was detaah- 
able. Her veil of knported alk 
illusion fell from a queen's crown 
of pearls and crystal beads. 

Matron cf honor was Mrs. Lau- 
ra Jablonski of Norfolk, and the 
maid of honor, was Miss Gail 
Spencer cf Virginia Beach. Brides- 
maids, all from Virginia Beach, 
were Miss Sidney Stockton, si^er 
cf the bridegroom; Mrs. Sue 
Cherry, and Miss Carolyn Bostier. 
Flower girl was Martha Grace 
Stockton, sister of the bridegrocm. 

Serving a& best man was Ste- 
ven Jennings of NorfoUc. Ushers 
were George Stockton, James Mil- 
ler and Ronald Jablonski of Nor- 
folk, and Harry Paul DeAngelo 
Jr. of Virginia Beach. 

FoUowirig the ceremony, a re- 
ception was held in the Virginia 
Cotaniai Room at the Cavalier 
Hotel. 

The couple will makt their home 
in Virginia Beach foHowing a wed- 
ding trip to Williansburg. 



Cavalier GC 

VIRGINIA dfiACH - Mrs. A. 
thur H. Gallai^r, a member of 
the executive board of the Virgin- 
ia Beach Gard«i Chi) Coincil and 
an accredited judge, was the gue^ 
speaker at the Ajiri meetiqg of 
the Cavalier Garden CU>. Ilwse 
members who bad (ibe privilege of 
bearing Mrs. Gafia^ier ^eed 
that tUs was one of tlK cU&'s 
ansK int«-esting and informative 
programs. 

Sk e}^ained the prqper and 
necessary ways to groom speci- 
mens, and judged orally each 
fkwer or plant that had been ex- 
hibKed. 

It was announced that the May 
meeting would be hdd at the 
home of Mrs. Emmet Kyle. Mrs. 
Kyle will speak to the dub on 
"Roses." Arrangements are to 
be brou^t in May baskets. 
Awards will be presaited and the 
Installation of officers will take 
place. 

In the absaice of the presidott, 
Mrs. William H. Brown, the meet, 
iilg was conducted by Mrs. R. F. 
FraiA Jr. 



Cardinal CC 

VlRSlNttA BE'VCH - Mrs. Er- 
vin W. Murden was hoMass to the 
Af rll raj»::ting of the Ca-dinal Gar- 
den C^ at her Irame at SOS Car- 
dinal Read. 

Mrs, Walter Beaman, president, 
hedd a i^iort business mesting. Sl-^ 
annousced fiiat the next meeting 
would be held on May 10 at the 
bj-Tie oi Mrs. Cec-l Lancaster, 800 
Cardinal Road. McarJ>ers are 
asked to bring labs^'ed arrange- 
mants cif gardan flowers of their 
own chorce. 

It was also aniM>unced t&at on 
June 1 the c\xb will meet at 11:30 
a.m. fcr a kincheon to be hslJ at 
Lake Wright Motor L:dje to be 
sponsored by the Council of Gar- 
den Cltbs. 

Many of the members attende<^ 
f-.e Virginia . B3ac^.i Garden Tour. . 
At the invitation cf Mrs. Augarta 
Cu',ptp,pcr, the club has accc^rted 
the invitation to furnish hostesses 
for the Annual Boardwaik Art 
Show to be held July 14 through 
the 18th. 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Quack- 
enbush cf Bondale Apartments are 
receiving coi^atulations on the 
birth of a daughter, Maria Susana, 
on .\pril 19 at Norfolk Gena-al 
Hospital. Paternal grandparents 
are Mr. and Mrs. L E. Quacken- 
bush of Thoroughgood. 



Dogs To Perform 

LYNNHAVEN — In conjunction 
with the new Virginia Beadi SPCA 
and National Be Kind to Animals 
Week, a dog obedience program 
will be held at Princess Anne Pla- 
za on Saturday, May 7, at 11 a.m^ 

Dogs and their handlers from 
Virginia Beach, Norfolk SPCA and 
Hampton Roads obedience schools 
will partic^te. A, dozen different 
breeas will take part m the pro- 
gram, such as the Afghan, Bull- 
mastiff, German She(^erd, the 
tiny Silky Terrier, and the unu- 
sual Weldi Corgi, the dog of Bri- 
tish royalty^ 

The program will consist of a 
beginners' class demonstrating 
just hciw a handler learns to 
train his dog to be a batter canine 
citizen in the home and in the 
community, through cwrection 
and kindness. 

Another group wiU demonstrate 
the results of novice training. 

Mrs. R. J. Trebillcock and her 
,cocker spaniel, Cha-Cha CDX, will 
do open work which consists of 
jumping and retrieving. 




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Sm=th of Ontario. He is the managing editor of St. jClaires Standard, 
a daily newspaper, (photo by Cassandra) 

Garden Week Celebrated 



Attendants Named 

Miss LaRay 1%^ Willi^ns of 
Chesaipeake, whose marriage to 
Charles Lee Mason, Jr., of Virgin- 
ia Beach, will take place on June 
18th at Oaklette Methodist C2Himi, 
has chosen her attendairts. 

Miss Linda Marie Williams of 
(3iesapeake wiH be maid of honor 
for her sister, and Mrs. Micihael 
Irvin of Altavista, sister of the 
groom, will be matron of honor. 

The brideanaids will be Mrs. 
Frank D. ReDavid, Jr. of Norfolk. 
Mrs. Robert F. Jones of Chesa- 
paeke. Miss Pansy I. Hudler of 
Jacksonville, North Carolina, 
roMn-nr.'a*e of the bride at Mere- 
dith College, and Miss Margaret 
E. Worth of Soutiiem Pines, North 
Carolina. 

(Miss Betty Ann Carey of Vir- 
ginia Beach will be junior brides- 
maid fcMT her cousin, and the 
flower girl will be Miss Tracey 
Fort>es of Moyock, North Carolina, 
cousin of the bride. 

Mrs. R. Lee Carey of Vii^nia 
Beach will serve as mistress of 
ceremony for her niece. 



Delegates Return 

VIRGINIA BEACH-HMrs. George 
L. Aldridge, president; Mrs. Earl 
Duval, and Mrs. Joseph B. Sad- 
ler cf the Princess Anne Woman's 
dxh of Virginia Beach recently 
returned from Ridmicnd where 
they attended the Virginia Federa- 
tion of Woman's Clubs Convention 
held at the Hotel Jeffers(m. 



VIRGINL\ BEACH - Historic 
Garden Week in Virginia was cel- 
ebrated here with the Virginia 
Beach Garden CU4> tour 00 Tues- 
day, and Princess Anne Garden 
Party on Friday. 

It was a cool cloudy day, per- 
fect for walking, wrien the tour 
began at "Four Oaks," owned by 
F. Shejppard Royster Jr. at 1101 
Cedar Point Drive. Many ladies, 
some men, and a few children 
were on hand to view this elegant 
countty house which was built on 
the foufifdations of the oM Princess 
Anne Huni Club. It has been add- 
ed to twice and it rambles on 
with great grace and charm. 

Next was the Phillips house at 
'700 Cavalier Drive, a' long low 
house of rosy brick, home of a 
young marrioi couple. It featured 
many beautiful antiques blending 
weD wiUi the modern design. Own- 
ed by Mr. and Mrs. George C. 
Phillips Jr., it was opened for the 
first time. 

The Whitdey House on 816 Cav- 
alier Drive was built for the re- 
tire^nent years and is a little gem 
of a^iwuse in cool Williamsburg 
cotors. Furnished in exquisite 
taste, the walls are hui^ with oil 
paintings and portraits framed in 
gold leaf. Mr. and Mrs. E. Clyde 
Whitetey are the owners and this 
was the first year it has been 
opened for the tour. 

Another lovely home opened for 
the first time was the wie story 
house of white painted brick with 
black-green shutters in the (Co- 
lonial tradition. Located at 103 
Ridge Road and owned by Mr. 
and Mrs. Malcolm W. Hillsman, 




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where refreshments were served to the tourtaig crowds, (photo by 
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interior. Men were e^)ecially in- 
terested in Mr. Hillsman's study 
with its mounted grouse and hand- 
s<MTie gun closet. . 

Refreshments of punch and pas- 
tries were served in the Hull gar- 
den at 601 Cavalier Drive. The 
outdoor barbecu^ area, shady and 
hospitable, is paved with flag- 
stone and brick, and from which 
could be seen the wide expanse 
of smooth lawn, banked with huge 
trees, dogwood, azaleas, and ca- 
melias. 

Two homes along the ocean 
front were opened for the first 
time. Tiie spacious seaside holi- 
day house at 5304 Ocean Front is 
owned by Mr. and Mrs. E. Clai- ' 
borne Robins of Richmond. Inter- 
est in the Orient was manMest 
everywhere. 

The sandy pink house belonging 
to Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood E. 
Liles is set on grounds blooming 
with pink petunias, cannas, hi- 
biscus, oleanders, tamarisk, and 
ginger lilies.' Very interesting 
were the paintings by local Tide- 
water artists. 

This year's tour was siplendidly 
interesting and featured many dif- 
ferent but equally elegant homes 
amid settings of magnificent land- 
scaping. 

The Princess Anne Garden Club j^ 
broke with its tradition of opening 
old hemes and instead presented 
an outdoor historical pageant on 
the grounds of the Adam Thor- 
oughgood House on Friday. 

The pageant, written by the late 
Mary Sinton Leitch who was a 
charter member of the Princess 
Anne Garden Club, symbolized the 
landing cf the first settlers at 
Csioe Henry in 1607. Mrs. Alice 
West directed the cast of Virginia 
Beach school students who were 
in costumes on loan from historic 
Jamestown. 

Two performances were given of 
the thirty minute drama. The 
Princess -^nne High School Madri- 
gal Singers, under the direction cf 
Clark Graves, sang during the 
time between performances. Mad- 
rigals, seldom heard today, were 
at the peak of their popularity at 
the time of the landing at C?ai[K; 
Henry. The shigers were also in 
costume. 

Re'Ireshments were served be- 
tween performances by the mem- 
bers of the garden club. 

All proceeds receivwl from ad- 
missions during historic garden 
week each year are used for llic 
restoration of grounds and gar- 
dens of shrines of national impor- 
tance in Virginia. 



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VIRGINIA ^EACH - Mr. and 
Mrs. Mayhew Bowen Sawyer an- 
nounce the engagement of their 
daughter, TffissT^esUe Patricia 
Sawyer, to Robert Henry Gardi- 
ner III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 
ert Henry Gardiner Jr. of Rich- 
mond. ' 

Miss Sawyer is a graduate of 



Virginia Beach High School and is 
now attending East Carolina Col- 
lege. 

Mr. Gardiner graduated from 
Warrenton High School and is now 
attending the Medical College of 
Virginia where he is a member of 
Kappa Psi fraternity. 

The wedding will take place in 
late .August. 



Membership 
Teas Held 

VlRGlNTA BKACII - A series 
of teas to boost member.ship in the 
Virginia Beach VWCA are being 
held throughout the city, accard- 
ing tn Mrs. Harold Kellam, mam- 
bership chairman. "We have des- 
ignat'd hostesses in various com- 
munities who are inviting their 
noighbcrs for friendly , gamerir.gs 
which will introduce them to the 
P'urrose of cur loc.-il \'W'C\ and, 
hopifully, ns;;ire many nf \h:n to 
take a more active part." 

The kick-off tea was given by 
Mrs. Kcllam on Mond'.iy in her 
home while Mrs. E!mer Tarrall 
was hostess <o her tea at her 
home in Birdncck. On Tuo daji, 
Mrs. Spencer Lett hoitti her c-^'- 
'■^ in Birdneck while Mrs. RfjV. 
pr;t Peabodv held ono in Bay Col- 
ony. Mrs. Irvin Gentry witli o- 
ho.stess, Mrs. Po•.^chcr G-c"^t!. en- 
tertained their group on Wednes- 
day in Bav Calonv, while Mrs. J. 
Vaughn ard Mrs. ,Io'in W. G-ofle 
were cjivin^a tta-'r tea in Linkborn. 

Three tea*; will be hol:l todiv 
(Thursday. Mrs. A. F. Sii.'uz/n 
at Rudee Heij'hts. Mrs. •Ic';" '; 
Sadler at Great Nc"k, ani Mr^. 
J. _Herbert Grahaiti at IJnlier. On 
Friday, Mrs. W. D. Wil'iam.s will 
be hostess at Bow Creek. 

Next Monday. Mav »t.'Mrs. Rob- 
ert J. Steinhilber will hold a cof- 
fee at Thalia while Mrs. E. C. 
Miller will be hostess ^er Bay- 
side home. Central Virflinia Beach 
will be covered bv Mrs. Burkes 
Tankersley on Tuesday while Mrs. 
Howard Winston will be at home 
in King's Grant. And on Thursday, 
Mrs. Raleigh Alexander will liost- 
ess her tea in Prin;'(>ss Ann'.> Hills, 
to be followed on Fridav by Mrs. 
i.itllctnn B. Walker in Alanu.,,. 



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Yearly Meeting 

CHARLOTTESVILLE - The Rj. 
vanna Garden Club will be hostess 
to the Forty-seventh Annual Meet- 
ing of The Garden Club of Vir- 
ginia when it convenes in Char- 
kittesviHe on May 10, 11, and 12. 
The T'los. Jti'ierson Inn is head- 
quarters for all sessions cf the 
meeting and the member clubs' 
hovticuUaral exhibits. 

Opening event wiM be the Di- 
rectors' Dinner at "Wiltcn," after 
whiih the Board cf Directors will 
have a business meetinig. Mrs. 
Wv:;tt Aiken Willi rr.s of Orange, 
i;v. 'dcrt cf The Garden Club cl 
Virgiriia. will preside. 

On r.ie morning cf May 11 mem- 
bers w'!' be taken on buses to 
"i^lorven." hone of Mr. and Mrs. 
Wliimey' Stone, to visit the exten- 
sive gardens. Aiter the txr tSiey 
will be entartainsd at luncheon in 
sjmall groups at homes of mem- 
hevT, of bbe' hostess clcb. The first 
h.:=ine:-s sis.sion will be held that 
afternion at wh'ch time rcroils 
v,ill be- m;J?. with s:Jefial interest 
in t' e anncur?em."nt cf receipts 
fr m i'le just' con ■■'.uded Historic 
Gordc-n Week, major annual proj- 
ect of The Garden C'..:b of Vir- 
gin ia. 

iMr. Frederick DW. Nichols, A. 
I. A., Cl:airman cf Arciiitecture 
d the School of Architecture at 
the University of Virginia, will be 
the s)ieaker at the Annual Dinner 
that evening at the Farmington 
Countrv Club. He will speak on 
"Thomas Jefferson as a Land- 
scape Architect," 

On the last day of the meeting 
Mrs, George R. Paschal of Char- 
bttesville will s?peak on "A Conr 
servationist's view of Bird»Wateh. 
ing," Mrs, Paschal is conserva- 
tion chairman of the Albemarle 
Ccunty Chapter, D. A. R. 

The final business of The Gar- 
d.'n C!u!) of Virginia will be the 
pli'ctiun )T six ;,fiiicers and two di- 
rt ctors-at-!arge. 



From reports coming in, the 
YWCA Cclifefe parties in observ- 
ance of Nationsj YWCA week, are 
most successful. Memberih^s for 
activities as well as membershipi 
supipcrting .the YWCA are being 
received. Since it is never too late 
to become a Y memtoer, join — 
now and be a part of thi; world 
fellowship of women and girls. 
The Y olfice is at 303 30th Street. 
The Y needs you — you nsed the 
Y. You are welcome. Schedule of 
activities: 

Monday — Ceramics, bowling, 
swimming. 

Tuesday — Trimnastics, horse- 
back. Bishop sewing, tennis. 

Wednesday — Pastels and wa- 
teroolors, advanced oils, swim- 
ming, judo, committee chairman 
on 1987 budget. 

Thursday — Gol, tennis, sculp- 
turing, trimnastics, flower arrang- 
ing. 

Friday — CM painting, 1967 
budget hearing. 

Y-Teen club meetings in hi^ 
schools: 

Tuesday — Princess Anne, Kel- 
1am. 

Wednesday — Cox, Virginia 
Beach. 

Thursday ^ Union Kempsville. 

Register for new Judo dass be- 
ginning May 10 on class night. 



, By CASSANDRA 

VlRiOINIA BEAOH'-^ In the 
spotless Rescue Squad Ltxinge, lo- 
cated above the headquarters of 
theh- gleaming white ambulances, 
there is a prenatal class for moth- 
ers-to-be, operating without charge 
"bTthe Tidewater Association (rf ^""g* "medical charts and draw- 
The African Red Cross. It meets '"^s of the female body were ex- 
each Monday and Thursday morn- pla'Wed. She traced the position 
ings from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and "^ ^he babj; from conception to 



with sketched illustrations of the 
sizes, tjipes, materials and shapes 
of diapers. "In my experience'' 
she said, "diaper service, as a 
git to a young mother would be 
perfect. I'd rather have diapers 
than roses!" 



is taught bv Mrs. Betty Thomr> 
son, a petite blackhaired blue- 
eyed graduate nurse, wiho receiv- 
ed her training in Oak'and, Calif. 
Her lithe figure and tiny waist 
belie the fact that she ig the 
mother of three sans. She instruct- 
ed the openkig class Monday. 

Mrs. Eloise C. Bull, Director of 
Nursing Services of the Tidewater 
chapter, introduced Mrs. Thomp- 
son after sketching a. brief history 
of Virginia Beach and its cooper- 
ation with the Red Cross. 

Around the room upon the walls 
hoi^ many pictures of Rescue 
&juad achievements. The female 
dummy — "Mrs. diase," kno\(i^n 
to all nurses was in evidence. 
She's used in mouth'to-mouth re- 
suscitation classes. 



birth and everyone breathed to 
herself the word "miracle" when 
an actual birth was portrayed. 

The need of low heels, rest, nor- 
mal living and consideration by 
the father-to-be were learned. 
Such terms as "identical" and 
"ifratemal twins" were explained. 
The newest way to hold the baby 
with one arm whUe co(Jdng or 
telephoning with the other was 
demonstrated — it is called "The 
Football Hold." 

Fear disappeared with fun, fel- 
lowship and facts. The class will 
continue for six mornings, and on 
May 19 at 10 a.m. the girls in 
the class will meet with their hus- 
bands at "Hie General Hospital of 



BAY SHORE — "Oie Bay Shore 
Garden Chib heki its monthly 
meeting at the home of Mrs. WaL 
ter Renn, Mrs. Thomas J. Wom- 
madc was co-hostess. 

The date <rf officers was pre- 
saited by the nwriinating commit- 
tee and accepted by the club for 
the 196&-1967 year. Mrs. J. Sneed 
Schmidt was elected president; 
Mrs. Robert C. Courain, vice pres- 
ident; Mrs; Robert V. Flwning, 
assistant vice president; Mrs. Al- 
vin Q. Jarrett, treasurer; Mrs. 
William P. Rudrow, recording sec 
rrtary, and Mrs. Leonard Kuhl, 
corresponding secretary. 

An outstanding program was 
given by Mrs. E. A. Hoffmeister 
demonstrating that beauty and 
originality can be achieved with 
vegetables as well as fruits in 
tafcle arrangements. 

After the iprogram, the drawing 
was held to determine the winner 
of $25 worth of shrubs from Cole- 
man Nursery. Mrs. Walter M. 
Phillips of Bay Colony was the 
lucky one. 

Blue ribbons for flower arrange- 
ments were presented to Mrs. J. 
Sneed Schmidt, Mrs. aifford 
Baughman and Mrs. Robert C. 
Courain. 

Mrs. Maurice Jackson received 
a blue ribbon for her horticulture 
specimen. 




MR. AND MRS. MALCOLM 11. TODD fashioned this replica of Qae«» 
Karl's float in the recently held Azalea Festival Parade. It is madfe' 
of azaleas, and miniature dolls represent the queen's attendant aa 
well as the queen herself. Mis. Todd is an accredited judge of flower 
shows, and is kr.own all over the Tidewater area for her knowledge 
of flower arrangements and her originality in her lectures. Queen 
Karl carried the float to Norway with her. 



Virginia Beach, w4ien they will 
Across the room were many visit the delivery room, the ex- PfinCCSS AuflC WC 

tiny baby dolls, measuring 18 inch- pedant father's pacing area and 
es in length and weighing five see the doctors and nurses in ac- 
pounds — the average for a new- tion. 



Kempsville GC 

KEMPSVILLE - The twelfth 
anniversary, complete with a 
birthday cake and punch, was 
held at the home of Mrs. H. F. 
Tyler, 59 Bowman Road, during 
the April meeting of the Kemps- 
ville Garden Club. 

"Modern Trends" was the top- 
ic u the guest speaker, Mrs. M. 
H. Kellar, and was enjoyed by all 
present. 

The Elizabeth River Shores Gar- 
den Club judged L.ie arrange.Tients 
and awarded a blue rio'jon to Mrs. 
Tyler lor the table arrangement. 
OLiers receiving bUie ribbons were 
Mrs. C. A. Banforth, Mrs. M. M, 
Gregory, Mrs. W. A. Stallings, 
Mrs. Brock J. Scatt and Mrs. J. 
C Lilley. Red ribbons went to 
Mrs. John W. Mocre and Mrs. 
Esley Hardison. 

For horticulture, blues went to 
Mrs. R. R, Garriott, Mrs, H. C. 
Pugh, Mrs. J. W. Bateman, and 
Mrs. W. E. Shiflett; reds to Mrs. 
Siiiiflett, Miss Kathleen O'Rourke, 
Mrs. Earl D. DeShields and Mrs. 
Pugh; yellow to Mrs. Shjflett. 

liie installation of new officers 
will take place' at the May meet- 
ing, and plans are being made for 
■ the annual banquet to be held at 
that time. 



bom infant. Piles upon piles of 
different shaped and of different 
material diapers were noted. This 
is indisputably the prime com- 
modity in the life of any young 
mother. 

Mrs. Thompson gave each stu- 
dent a typewritten first lesson 



"We would like a larger class,'' 
Mrs. Thompson stated, "and it is 
not too late to join us." Among 
the girls who attended this begin- 
ner's class were service wives: 
Mrs. Ellen Drumheller, Mrs. Lou- 
ise Cross, Mrs. Sandra Muiphy 
and Mrs. Sondra Switzer. 




MRS. ELLEN DRUMHELLER, Mrs. Sandra Murshy. Mrs. Thomp- 
san (instructor), and Mrs. Sandra Switzer meet 'the tiny one' with 
which they will practice for the n^xt few weeks. Mrs. Louise Frost 
is not pictured, (photo by Cassandra) 



Men of Galilee 

VIRGINIA BE.XCH - Raymond 
Berry, an outstanding member of 
tile Ciiristiap Athletic movement, 
and at liic present t'me the great 
flanker for the Baltimore CoUs. 
will be the guest spe.^kar at the 
dinner nuetir.g o'. the Men of Gal- 
ilee on Wednesday, May 11, at 
6:30 p.m. 

Reservations will be taken at 
t ,e Galilee Church offic3. 



Cape Henry WC 

VIRGtINL\ BE.\CH - The Cape 
Henry Wwnan's Club is sponsoring 
a p(Kter contest in the local 
schools to publicize the twelfth 
annual Lotus Festival. 

There will be cash awards in 
the two divisions— first, $5; sec- 
ond, $3, and third ,$2. Elementary 
schools, fourth grade and above 
are eligible, and are to publicize 
two bands concerts to be held at 
the Norwegian Lady, while the 
Junior High and Hi^ Schools are 
to publicize the Lotus Festival 
dance to be heU at the Cavalier 
Beach Club. 

Entries must be subnwtted 'by 
May 10. 

The schools have been notified 
of the rules and students may get 
all informatwn there. 

All profit realized from the Lo- 
tus Festival are used for two 
teaching and one nursing scholar- 
shijp given each year to graduating 
students of the Virginia Beach 
hi^ schools. 



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EDITORIAUY SPEAKING 



We Are Clad To Hear It 



The Genwai Registrar of the c!ity of 
Virginia Beach says that new voter reg- 
istration is heavy in some areas and 
moderately heavy in others, in anticipa- 
tion of the forthcoming registration 
deadlines. We are certainly glad to hear 
this news, and hope that the interest in 
registering and actually voting will con- 
tinue. Based on this new intorrhation, 
we look forward to the largest turnout 
ever in the upcoming Councilmatic elec- 
tion on June 14th and the largest turn- 
out ever in the July 12th Demoaatic 
primary, which has two U. S. Senate 
races to settle. 

We are extremely pleased that there 
seems to be so much interest in the 
municipal election this year. The candi- 
dates are conducting active campaigns 
and the prospective voters seem to be 
listening. This is fine, and should be the 
case in all elections. Unfortunately this 
is not always so. 

To make matters easier than ever 
this year, additional hours are being 
added by the Electoral Board for reg- 
istering to vote in several places in the 
city. There are always those who com- 
plain they could not get to a registration 
place during the day. What will these 
same folks complain about this time? 
The registrars' offices will be open at 
nights too in select areas until the June 
12th deadline. At that time the books 
should be "full" when they are closed 
prior to the July primary. It should also 
make matters easier in the next two 
weeks for those who wish to register in 
time to vote in the Council election. The 
deadline there is May 1 4th. 

Some of the precinct registrars have 
said they expect an increase in the 
number of registrants because of the 
doing away with the poll tax require- 
ment. Others, and we are inclined to 
agree with them, say they do not be- 
lieve the "no poll tax" will affect the 

The Young Literary Giants 

We take off our hat to the young 
journalists in three high schools in Vir- 
ginia Beach. For outstanding achieve- 
ments in school newspapers, year- 
books, and literary magazines, they 
have been honored by the Southern 
Interscholastic Press Association at 
Washington and Lee University in Lex- 
ington, Virginia. 

The 37th annual convention of the 
SIPA was held last weekend, and three 
Virginia Beach schools walked off with 
high awards. More than 350 publica- 
tions from nearly 200 schools in 1 1 
states were entered. We feel great 
pride in our students from Princess 
Anne High School, Floyd E. Kellam High 
School and Frank W. Cox High School, 
whose work on publications was found 
worthy of recognition. 
. In the Newspaper category. The 
Princen Anne Page of Princess Anno 
High School was in the Honor Award 
Group and the Roundtable, of Kellam 
High School was in the Achievement 
Award Group. In the Yearbook cate- 
gory, TM Taion, of Cox High School 
won a p\0ce in the First Place Aw«-d 
GrocJp. And for its literary maj^zine, 
the Cavalier Folio, Princess Ann^ was 
again In the Honor Award Qroyp. 

The honixs received by fhese stu- 
dents, schools and publications are 
weil-<^efved, and show much hard 
v^)rl( aiKJ dew)tion on the parts of both 
iTud||itl |nd taoilly advisors alike. Our 
sincere congratulations to this year's 
siPA winiw^ in Virginia Beach. 



voting rolls measurably. The people of 
Virginia Beach, for the most part, have 
not always agreed with the poll tax, 
but they always paid the levy in order 
to vote. We, therefore do not see any 
real influx of new voters this year after 
the lifting of the prerequisite. The real 
influx is coming and will come from 
active voter registration campaigns be- 
ing carried out in the places where elec- ^ 
tions are won ... in the neighborhoods. 
New residents are being contacted and 
urged to register. Fortunately, many 
are responding, and we hope many 
more will before the two registration 
deadlines. 

In the Councilmatic primary, a few 
more than 4,500 citizens of Virginia 
Beach went to the polls. By the time of 
the Couocil election, we are told there 
should be 30,000 registered voters in 
Virginia Beach, or more, and we hope 
all of them continue to show this en- 
thusiasm. We hope all of them will get 
out and vote, both in the Councilmatfc 
election and in the Democratic Primary. 

For those who have not yet regis- 
tered, remember those night hours, and 
don't put it off until the last minute. 
We want to see a large electorate in 
these two forthcoming important elec- 
tions. In bol+i, the residents of Virginia 
Beach must play a large role. 

National Hospital Week 

The General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach is almost a year old and already 
a respected member of the community. 
It replaced a small and inadequate fa- 
cility last summer, and many residents 
of the city are wondering now how the 
old facility ever began to fill the needs. 
They are wondering especially since 
plans have recently been advanced to 
enlarge the size of the new hospital 
considerably. The new 105-bed hos- 
pital, magnificant as it is and as wel- 
come as it is, is just not big enough. We 
look forward to the day that the addi- 
tion will be a reality. 

During National Hospital Week next 
week exhibits will be set up in the 
lobby of the General Hospital of Vir- 
ginia Beach, and ho^t4l pi^onnel will 
be on duty to show visitors around. Too 
often the citizens of a city do not ever 
visit a hospital unless they are visiting a 
patient or are patients themselves. 
Under those circumstances it is rather 
difficult to look at a hospital objectively. 
We suggest to the residents of Virginia 
Beach a trip to the hospital next week 
to look at the exhibits, to learn what 
really goes on there and to gain a new 
feeling of pride in such a fine hospital 
as the pne we have right in our city. 

Hospitals today are manned by high- 
ly trained professionals, offering serv- 
ices not dreamed of a quarter of a cen- 
tury ago. In the constant fight against 
disease, the job of a hospital and its 
staff grows ever more complicated. As 
expansion continues, unlimited opport- 
nities are offered to those with varied 
skills. In short, a hospital, too often 
taken for granted, is an important part 
of any community. 

We are grateful that we have such a 
place in Virginia Beach. As the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach nears its 
first birthday and has trernendous 
growing pains, we take this opportuni- 
ty to congratulate the administrative 
and professional staffs on a job well 
done. An^ we ^vjfte all ptizens of our 
city to see the exhibit at the hospital 
in the next few days. 




Aid Requests 



(CcMiti «ed FroHJ Page lA) 

er^ money are »it(xnatically can- 
celled. 

Noif Parka-, in an aparait at- 
temirt ta a^ipease Virginia 'Beach 
officials, has sugg:^ed that the 
City apply lor an extensicn of 
tkne in whidi to file formal appli- 
caUone and let contracts on an 
emeiigQicy basis. Hiere is gtiU no 
guarantee that the funds will be 
granted by the federal g^vemment 
and 'there is speculation that 
should they be granted the larger 
frojects woild be brcken dswn 
into several smaller ones. M the 
City lets contracts without Fed- 
eral approval, there is no auto- 
matic cancellation of requests. 

There is r» word on what course 
the city will take in light olf these 
new devek)pments, but City offi- 
cials are reiportedly looking into 
the matter quite ckjsely. 

in additi«i there is still no word 



either fran city officials or fran^ 
(^icials of i^e federal govenvnent 
concerning how this breakdown in 
cananunications occurred. It is 
still nd known why the city was 
not informed it bad not met all 
the requirements, why receat da- 
veki;ments did not come to light 
earlier while Wdsbon was in Wash- 
ington and Philadeliphia, wiiy the 
city did not know exactly what to 
do in m^dng the applications in 
the first place and why it has tak- 
en so long to get the matter re- 
solved. 

Meanwhile water and seyferage 
facilities for the two new schools 
appear to be hanging in the bal- 
ance. A decision on future plans 
is expeaed witiiin the next few 
days. And at least the application 
has been stciiped frcm making the 
rounds of "In" and "Out" baskets 
in the new Federal department. 



Robertson Campaign 



A Silver Anniversary 



Twenty-five years ago this week, just 
a few months before that tragic day at 
Pearl Harbor, a hew type of savings 
plan was inaugurated in the United 
States. This week is the 25th birthday of 
the Series E Savings Bond, a real instru- 
ment of thrift that has now affected 
nearly two hundred million Americans. 
Across the land this week, the little 
piece of paper that has become a way 
of life is being celebrated on its birth- 
day. 

Average daily sales of E bonds hover 
in the neighborhood of $15 million 
now. They are bought at banks or 
other savings institutions and through 
payroll plans. They have proved to be 
a valuable investment, and even a fine 
gift for anyone. The bonds now mature 
in seven years at an interest rate of 
4.15*^. Americans everywhere are 
helping to celebrate this twenty-fifth 
anniversary by continuing rolitinely to 
buy more and more bonds at a record 
pace. 

In Virginia Beach the 1966 goal for 
the sale of Series E and H bonds has 
been set at $210,000, and by the end 
of March, 44% of that goal had been 
reached, the highest percentage of any 
goal by any city in the State of Virginia. 
In March alone, over $41,000 in bonds 
were purchased. The people of Virginia 
Beach recognize a good thing. And we 



join all Americans everywhere in cele- 
brating 25 years of Star Spangled 
Security for all Americans. 

Keep Right On Asking 

V^e riote with pride that the Virginia 
Besch Chamber of Commerce has re- 
ceived a record number of inquiries 
from prospective tourists and visitors 
this year. There have already been more 
than 16,000 inquiries from persons in- 
terested in visiting Virginia Beach this 
spring, summer and fall. Many of the 
inquiries from out-of-state also concern 
winter activities and permanent settle- 
ment. Last year at this time less than 
14,000 Inquiries had been received by 
the Chamber. 

We hope that each of these inquiries 
brings us visitors'. We think we live in 
one of the most progressive and rapidly 
growing cities anywhere, and we want 
everyone else to come here and see for 
themselves. Then they might join us. 
As far as our resort season guests are 
concerned, we look to the 1 966 tourist 
season to be the biggest and best one 
on record. 

Keep right on asking about us, folks. 
We'll be glad to give you any informa- 
tion you want to know, and we'll be 
proud to have you visit us. Hope you'll 
"sit and stay a spell," maybe forever. 



(Continued From Page L\) 

and Mrs. Margaret ChaplMn. 

Senator Wiiley said he is 
"pleased to have such fine mem- 
bers of the conmiunity on the 
committee fer Robertson." Wii- 
ley stressed the importance of 
re-election j3f Robertson to the 
U. S. Senate partly because the 
Senior Senator "has a great deal 
to say about the appropriation of 
95 percent of the Federal money 
which comes to the Tidewater 
Area." Wllley referred to Robert- 
son's membership on Senate 
committees which approve allo- 
cation of money coming to Vir- 
ginia Beach and all of Tiilewater. 

Dr. Hancock and Lam say a 
committee is now locking for a 
site in Virginia Beach for a Rob- 
ertson campaign headquarters anj 
that anothsr commutes is arrang- 
ing for volunteer workers to man 
the headquarters. Both promised 



the opening of a headquarters in 

Virginia Beach in the near futura. 

Senator WJlley promised that 

Senator Robertson will be in Vir- 
ginia Beach for the o,3e;-.i.ng of the 
headquarters. Robertson's re-elec- 
tion ta the U. S. Senate is being 
opposed by State Senator William 
Spong of Portsmouth. 

Call For Musicians 

VIRGCNIA EE..\CH - Ttie Vir- 
ginia Be£ch Recreation Band will 
be formed at Princess .\nne Hig!i 
Sc'hcol band no-rm on Monday 
night, May 9, at 7:30 p.m. 

All adult musicians, wihe^ther 
amateur or professional, are in- 
vited to bring their" instruments 
and join the group. 

Senior students will be acceipted 
opon recommendation of their di- 
rector or teacher. 

It's free! 



fHE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



Norfolk Man 



(Continued Frcm Page lA) 

ney, the man will testify here next 
that night as he left the store in 
the 2500 block of Colonial Ave. in 
Norfolk. 

"I noticed the car behfaid me 
pulling up closer behind and then 
dropping back," Mainhard said. 
"At first I thought it was some 
kids," he said. 

Mainhard testified that when he 
turned o!if Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard onto Newtown Road the car 
pulled up beside him. U had two 
men iiside with both of tbam 
pointing a gim at him. he said. 
He adckd that the other car 
svkerved ta front of him, forcing 
his car off the road. \ 

Then, Mainhard said, the two 
men got out of their car and or- 
dered Mm to gei into it. 

Manbard said Hadley ordered 
hkn into the fRmt seat and stuc± 
a rifle uado' his dm while the 
driver tiHved \tt car around and 
beaded back to the boulevard. 

Hie car travried Jmn Newtown 
Road uotl tt ^:|r<«:fa«l a sharp 
curve sear Hawkins Im aad ran 
<^ the road into a wet shoulder, 
MainlMni said. 

The driver then took Mainhard's 
iwTistwatch, waHet and hejw. or- 
dered him to strf) to bis shoes, 
and tbw ordered Md) to lie down 
in a draio^e ditcfa, Mainhard 
uid. 



At that time, Mamhard said, 
someone aipproached them and the 
driver jumped dctim in the ditch 
with him, stuck a ^n in his sid? 
and ordered him to be quiet. 

The a-proaching person was a 
policeman, who arrested the dri- 
ver. 

'Hadley was arrested a sho.'t 
tinrje later as he was wa?kin5 
across a graveyard. He had a 
.22<al3)er pistol in his pccket. 

Polke said they also found an- 
othe* pistol on the driver and two 
k)aded rifles and sev«-al boxes of 
ammunition in the car. 



Girl Honored 

VIRiC^NIA BEACH-.Miss Qrace 
Marie BamfcHlfa, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. C. A. Bainforth Jr., has 
received a Kiwanis Qdb prize 
awarded annuaUy to a Mary 
Wafhington CoU^ graduating 
senior wto, in the opinion of 
mentoert d the colkge faodty 
md aihninistr^iao. has contribut- 
ed most to the sdwol duriag four 
y«u-s' readmx. 

Mi^ Banafcrth is president of 
the senior class and has served 
as president of WHkrd Hall, soph- 
amtre clan repi«»atative to the 
Studral (kKm/aat A^ociaticn 
aad presMieirt of the Freiliman 



Spong Forces 

(Continued From Page L\) 

ator S-ong is prdbabiy the best 
inforn^ legislator in Virginia in 
the field cf education. He said 
Spong has repeatedly jointed out 
that his (Tipooent, Sen. A. WiJlis 
Rcl>ertson, has voted against ev- 
ery education bill to come bElare 
tlie U. S. Senate. 

E^heridge said that the ability 
to hunt and fish are not qualifica- 
tions for serving in the U. S. 
Senate. He qjcted R:bertson as 
saying that "As long as he could 
hunt and fish he would serve in 
the Senate." 

Etheufi^e added that the young- 
er generation wants a younger 
man in the Senate. 

Spong will campaign in Virginia 
Beach all day Tuesday, May 10th. 
He will attend several pttblic re- 
ceptt(His arrange] by the Spong 
Uff Senior Campa^, acconding 
to Etfaia-k|ge, his VirgJaia Beach 
campaign manager. 

The Qrst piiilk: reception wiU be 
held at Bow Cre^ Cotmtry Ckib 
at 9:30 ajn., foUo«ed by anotto- 
at the Goalie- Hotel at 11 am. 
The fmal pd[>lic recef^cm at the 
day wiU be held at 3 p.m., once 
agam at Bow Oeek Oxiatry CUb. 

^XM^ will dao be tiie ^lest of 
honor Bad ipeaker at a hjncheon 
at the Shore Drive Inn at 1 p.m. 
Tkie luncheon is ^ODSforei by the 
Ches^wake Beach Ifci.anefi.fnen't 
CUb. 



Dear Sir: 

A great deal cf talking has been 
done by surfers and parents con- 
cerning the pr:fclem cf the' surf- 
ing area at Virginia Beach. The 
prcbkm now involves not only the 
Virginia Beach residents, but be- 
cause of the boom of surfing in 
the last year, it has begun to in- 
volve the residents in the neigh- 
boring ccmmunities £uch as Nor- 
folk, Portsmouth, Hampton, and 
Chesapeake. I think it is now high 
time city officials da smcthing 
dcirinite about the prcbkm. 

About two years ago the city al- 
loted a section o'. beach near Ih.' 
Steel Pier ept cifically far scr'i.ig. 
This was a stfo in the right di- 
recticn and it salved the problem 
at that time. Since that time, 
though, the. situation has chan'z:d. 
No knger do we have only a few 
hundred Beach residents surfing. 
We now have about two thousand 
peeple frcm Virginia Beach and 
the neighboring coiiununitics. Tnis 
figure of two thcusard is a con- 
servative estimate. The area now 
in use is no longer adequate. 

According to present laws the 
only area open for surfing during 
the day is the area at the pier. 
Before nine and after six .-urfing 
is legal anymhere along the b.cc'i. 
North of fourty forth strea one 
can surf until ten o'cl:;k. These 
rules are fine far the city resi- 
dents, but with the presrure beini; 
put on the areas bv ouL- '-[■ An 
surfers the Virginia Beach boys 
no longer have roo.ii to surf. 

The reason behind the city's lack 
o^f action is ihc touri.st industry. 
The City is unwillir:> to turn "vcr 
to surfers a strip of beach which 
could be used for the to.irin con- 
cession. They have also failed to 
adapt the rules to the ofi-season, 
during which ihe suifers are the 



only ones on the beach. The city 
fathers don't seem to realize th^t 
the surfing industry is rapidly 
growing, and it already involves 
.several thousand voters. lt"1»5uld 
a; pear that city cfficials-^her 
feel e.xtremely secure in their po- 
sitions or they are so wholly en- 
grossed in money-making 'matters 
that they have no time for badly 
ncH:dtd legislation. 

As a solution to the problem I 
wxuld like to see a new area at 
the North end, a bigger area at 
the Steel Pier, tiie area fit Croa- 
_ tan turned ever to surfing, and 
the rules adjusted to allow free 
sirfirg in the winter. Also there 
should be full-time patrols at all 
areas. If all or seme cf these 
needs were met it would greatly 
help the city and surfing. 
Sincerely yours, 
J..'i EdAards, President 
Virginia Beach Surf Ci'ub 



Dear Sir: 

I am writing to thank you for 
the fine news items carried ihy 
ycur payer publicizing cur lrainin;4 
corfcrcncc in jour city this past 
week end. 

We enjoyed t'le iise cf the fine 
facilities of vaur Alan ir" tpard 
Convention C^^.iter and our visiting 
minivers enjr.ycd meeting the res- 
idents of your city. 

The piblicity provided by your 
nerA, -paper afforded us many cp- 
pcrtunitics to entourage oUiers to 
turn away frcm this new faith 
wrecking "God is Dead" ihcok.^y 
that is jrA'ccping thru the land. 

Plca-c express our appreciation 
to your stc'f. 
Yours truly, 
Howard B. Miller 
News Service Director 
. Virginia Circuit No. 1 
Jehovah's Witnesses 



PROCLAMATION 



Bccau.se the Saving Bond Program has 

-bten a pert of the A.-nerican scene for the past 2.5 yors; and 
-contriJxJtrd so vitally to the wt,farc of the .\.:tion, our S;ati>, 

and this Ci)n"OTunity; and 
-4ii'.pcd provide the comforts and ncccs^il.es cf life fcr mil- 
liens of people; 
"Rierefore — i- 

I, Frank A. Dusch, Mayor of the City of Vuginia Beach. Virginia, 
do hereb)' proclaim the week d m 

May 1-7. 1963 

as 

"25111 .4^'Nr\-EHS.\RY .<^.\V1NC1S BCND WEEK " 

and do call upon the citizens of this commu.-.ity to lake a.-tivc lart in 

dl observances befitting the rcco^ition of this inrportant phase cf our 

American way of life. 

Given under my hand this 29th day of April, vm. 

,S Frank A. Dusch, Majxir 



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A REVIEW 



^Mister Roberts' 



HffiTER lUfflESTS. by Tlwmas 
Heggan a^ Joshua Lc^afl. Dd- 
r«:tal by and settings designed' 
Iqr Paul Idlings. Costumes by 
Carolee Silcox. Lighting and 
801^ by BuB^^ssi Osi»ach. With 
Raby Br,3wn, Leroy McFariand, 
Bailey Davis, Bob Anderson, 
Carolee Silcox, Charles Bailey, 
John Wiood, Jinuny ^eve&s, 
Henry Grady, Ron Reid. Terry 
Komegay, Mike Pilgrim, Frank 
Staroba and Paul Iddings. At 
the Wedigewood Dinner-Theatre, 
Tcano, Virginia, throu^ May 28. 

The ^ U. S. Navy cargo shij) 
AK601 came out iA mothballs 
again last Saturday night at 
Wedgewood Dinner-'Hieatre, once 
mere to wage a highly successful 
campaign with theatregora-s. Un- 
less we miss our guess, when 
someone asks the question in 
years to wfliji^, "What play is the 



most represeitative of the period 
ju^ after WorW War II?" the 
unanimous choice wiU be Mister 
Roberts. It's atrt that it is such 
a great play, but k has a little 
bit of everything. There is come- 
dy, p^os and even a little "pull 
at the heart strings" ctama. 
Basically it is an advoiture 

cMonedy about a crew of liberty- 
hungry sailors in the South Pacific 
during the sipring and summer of 
1945. There is a line in the play 
that says the AK601 and her men 
"sailed from tedium to £^athy 
and badi again with an occasion- 
al sidetrip to monotony." That 
may well be true but the adven- 
tures encouirtered by the crew on 
such a routine trip run tfie gamut 
from comedy to hilarity and back 
a^ain with an occasional sidetrip 
to oxygen just to catch one's 
breath. 
As in every Iddings proiiction 



the audience never knows what to 
tan^i next. His diraoticm is vit^, 
and in this production perhafs 
just a shaite overdiHie iiw the 
"drunk scene." But both director 
and cast are to be ocnnplimented 
on two beautiful scenes — the 
figbt scene and the battle ^aticms 
scene. You have to see them to 
believe them, and believe them 
you do. 
Roby Brown, a newcomer to 

Wedgewood, is a welcome addi- 
tion in the title role. He obviously 
felt much coiripassion with evey 
bone in Jijl^ly for the cargo 
officer whro \ramedto be in com- 
bat for some reason or another. 
Although Brown portrays Retorts 
with excellence, the role could 
have been just a little less "hea- 
vy" in the dramatic scenes. In 
the comedy scenes. Brown IS Mr. 
Roberts. 
Bob Anderson portrays Doc, tjhe 



ship's doctor and distiUer with all 
the ^Wfise demanded of the rait. 
He unkin^ys beautifully the only 
man vHx> roitfy umterstands Roh. 
erts and Ensign Pulver. However, 
we wish he had played the role 
with a little more of a twinkle in 
his eye or perhaips a bit more 
down-to-earth piiilo»}pHy. 

Leroy M(j>^arland bandies the 
role oif the blusterii^ Cajrtain very 
nicely, aMhou^ we bad some dif- 
ficult f^uring how this silly stupid 
fallow ever made U. Conunander. 
He must have had just a Itttie 
more to his character than Mcr 
Farland gave him, but McFar- 
iaml carries off well the role of 
the self centered, palm tree lov- 
ing commanding oiSficer. 

Another sterling performance is 
turned in by Bailey Davis, as the 
inciH'rigible Ensign Pulver, college 
kid turned 9(Mlay wonder Nav^ 
dhcet. Davis' remarkably elastic 



face helps hkn greatly in portray- 
lag the sometimes dense, some- 
times incredibly iateHigent Pul- 
ver. Hig most Meili>gent mt^nents 
oome when he is dodging the Cap- 
tain and wcK'k. Pulver's rde is 
the pivotal role^in the play and 
Bailey Davis handles it perfectly. 

Every member of the crew does 
a fine job and each deserves spe- 
cial recognition for keying the 
fast pace goii%. -But one crew 
member, John Wood, as Insipa, 
tops them all. This young man is 
a dirii^ to v^atdi as he cavorts 
arpui^ t^ stage. No matter |iow 
maay are on stage with him, he 
can easily be recognized. He han- 
Ses his role like a "gto" 

As the only female in the play, 
Carolee Sikox,' the Army Nurse 
known to the crew quite well for 
a certain birthmark, lioes an ex- 
cellent job in the few minutes she 
is on stage. 



Ilie settings, lifting and sound 
effMts are unusually good in this 
production. Wedgewood has anc^ 
er real hit on its hands from now 
throi# May 2nh. Now hear this 
. . . Misto- Robois is one of the 
finest productions we have ever 
seen M Wedgewcod <a on any 
stage. It is a classic of our own 
time and this is a dassic perform- 
aaoe.— HJIL. 



Virginia Beach SUN, THURSDAY, AAAY 5, 1966 

Pig«5-A 

Field Day Fair Set 



Tourney Postponed 

VIRGINIA BEAOH - Heavy 
rains Monday forced the postpone- 
ment of the Tidewater Women's 

Golf Association pro-ladies tour- 
nament scheduled for the course 
at Bow Creek Country Clii). 

Oficials of the WTGA said the 
tournament has teirtatively been 
rescheduled for Friday, May 27. 



NORFOLK — Preparations for 
the 75th annual Field Day, sched- 
uled for Saturday, May 7, are well 
under way, under the direction of 
Don Craig, and three chainnen, 
Mrs. Hulbert J. Kairter, Mrs. A. 
R. Pentecost, Jr. and Mrs. Sam 
G. Jones, Jr. 

A number of changes will be 

made in Field Day this year. For 
t!he first time tbs event wUl be 
tne product of the joint effort of 
Norfolk Academy and Country 
Day School. The Country Day 
girls from ^ades 6-12 will oper- 
ate booths on the Midway. 

A4so this year Field Day will be 
heW on two weekends at two lo- 



cations. The Midway, Country 
Store, Science Fair, Art Auction, 
G^en Shop and Lower School 
Play will be at the present Acad- 
emy site on May 7. 1^ track and 
fieU eyents, frnn which field day 
evolved, will be held the foliow- 
ing Saturday, May 14, at the new 
coordinate school site- 
Field Day funds have been used 
to purchase many items which the 
school could not otherwise have 
'il-'forded. In recent years tilie 
funds have been used to buy a 
new wresthiig mat, to in^all walk, 
ways to the gym and- to provide a 
substantial sdiolarship fund. 




THIS GOAT GETS THE CAPTAIN'S GOAT in the current Wedgewood 
Dinner-Theatre production of Mister Roberts. The boat Is encouraged 
by Roby Brown to enjoy a rare delicacy— the captain's potted palm. 



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Salt Fishing 
Tourney Opens 

The aii^ aonuBl Virginia SaH 
Wi^r Pishjag Tournament opened 
Sm^y wit}) ae^&rs looking for- 
ward to ,a^J>«r record4)reaking 



Last year more than. 2400 cka- 
tkm pktques were awarded im 
«Ast«idu^ catches, and Iburna- 
ment Duwitr Claude Rogers says 
tfie outkwk is (or another banner 
seasoo. 

Itie Tournamoit is (^n ttrou^ 
Odbdbtr 31 to anyone fishing in 
Wf^ma wsto^ aitd tha-e is no 
entry fee. Any ai^er entering a 
catch which meets the Touma- 
roent weight standards for the 22 
species will receive a pksticized 
(^adon plaque. Rejdicas o( the 
Tournament's silver perpetual trou 
phies wiH l>e awarded to the ar$- 
lers capturing the heaviest of each 
«f the 22 species. 

I^iere have been two changes in 
the min^num wdgbt standards: 
ttM RHnimum wd^t for black 
dnan has been reduced from 55 to 
SO pounds, while the wei^t limit 
for MueGsh has been ino-eased 
from 10 to 12 pounds. 

Hie Toumamoit operates more 



than 100 officitd wei^ng stations 
where catches may be entered for 
citations. These stMiwis are stra- 
tegicaUy lociated throu^wut the 
Tidewater area. 

The Tournament is ^nsored by 
the Virginia Department of Con- 
servation and Economic Develop- 
ment with the assistance of the 
Salt Water Filing Association of 
Virginia. For further information 
on the Tournament write to: 
Claude Rogers. Director Virginia 
Salt Water Fisbit^ Tournament, 
25th Street and Pacific Avenue, 
Virginia Boach, Virginia. 

A 40-page booklet "Salt Water 
Fishing in Virginia" is available 
free of rfiarge from the Depart- 
ment of Observation and Eco- 
nomic Develqmient. 811 State Of- 
fice Building, Richmond. Virginia 
23219. 

The Department's necA' film 
"Fishing Virginia's Saltwater 
Kingdom" is also available on a 
free-loan basis. 



Ladies Day 

VIRGINU BEACH - Tuesday's 
ladies day golf si Bow Creek end- 
ed in a two team tie for first place. 
Barbara Pincus and Shirley Gold- 
man shot a 73 and shared the 
lead with Marcia Kay and Flor- 
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VIRGINIA BEACH - Wilson's 
tennis team trimmed Virginia 
Beach, 8-1, Tuesday, losing only 
the No. 3 singles. 

Churchland lost only the second 
singles match and defeated Cox, 
8-1, in a conference tennis match 
Tuesday. 

Norview's tennis team lo^ the 
first two matches but came back 
to win the rest for a 7-2 victory 
over Princess Anne Tuesday on 
the Norview courts. 

Granby's tennis team defeated 
Bayside 9-0, in a conference match 
Tuesday. 

Granby, now 11-1 overall, lost 
only one set, that in the doubles. 



Ocean Park WC 

BAYSIDE - The installation of 
new officers of the Ocean Park 
Womans Club will be held on 
Wednesday, May 11, at 12:30 p.m. 
in the Ocean Park Firehouse. 



By DOUOLAS SARNES 

VIRGINIA BEACH - All kinds 

of thou^rts, memories and pic- 
tures come to our mind upon men- 
tioning the word "hwse." As a 
'small child in summer at a cot- 
tage near the Skyline Drive in 
iMontvale, Va., we rode gentie 
"Belle" to drink water biiibling 
from a brook behind the house 
and two moles away, to the neigh- 
borhood country store, to make 
the tremendous decision of choos- 
ing between 5c worth of stick or 
French candy displayed in large 
wooden barrels. 

Then we had a horse named 
"Kii^ Maxey" whom we often 
rode to daring heights on moun- 
tfun roads hi^ above the valley 
in which we lived. Later "King 
Maxey" was sold as "King Ar- 
nold" for professional racing and 
we saw him entered and driven as 
a trotter at the Lynchburg Fair 



by our father, a sedate history 
professor, where he was once a 

wanner. 

During the many non-profession- 
al training periods of "King Max- 
ey" up or down a level country 
dirt road, we learned to make 
him "raek" which is a mild form 
of the present "twistm' mashed 
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rfian^ions known to aH, and in 
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surer, and Ed Koster, Chairman 
Horse Show Project. Koater is 
also C3>airman of the Eyes^t 
Conservation Committee, P. A. 
Lions Club. 

Ihe Club will sponsor its first 
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on May 7 at HiUcrest Stables, four 
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Ribbon Girls from Kellam High 
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trolling with an artificial lure in Oregon Inlet near Nags Head Satur- 
day. Her's was the largest of 55 of the big fish taken during a pheno- 
menal channel bass run in Dare Coast waters during the past week- 
end. Vicki was fishing with her dad, Frank IB. Green, who landed 
two channel bass himself, but her's outscaled his. They are resi- 
dents of 4473 Blackbeard Road, Vh^ia Beach. (Aycock Brown 
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ecuUve session Monday afternoon 
to discuss' the integration' dead- 
line. He said that during tlie 
meeting Uie Board finaUied a 
new plan that it considers in com- 
pliance with federal directives. 
The plan was forwarded to Wash- 
ington Tuesday. 

Cox said, "I am not privilegsd 
to reveal the contents of the plan 
at this tjme until it is either ap- 
proved or disaK>rwed by the De- 
partment ci Health, Education and 
Wc'ifare." He said that "categori- 
es Jly" the plan does not call for 
tola! integration as ordered by the 
HEW DepHrtment, but mrkjs 
'"new efforts toward that aim." 

In adiltion Cox said tha n:w 
plan only deals with the next sAcol 
year, and does not go beyond that 
time at all. "It may be 30 days or 
nrore before we hear anything from 
Washington," said the Superintan- 
dent. 



Cox said that hei called the 
School Board tai session after 
qtending two hoars on the {Aone 
with HEW officials Monday and 
getting nowhere. 

Another h^jhiy reliable source, 
who asked that his name be with- 
held, stated that he considered 
the matter a "deadlock," and 
felt that neither side was gotaig 
to give "one inch." He i^ded 
that he expected the matter to 
be taken to court, since Virginia 
Beach had made every effort to 
comply with fe^al directives in 
the past. He said school officials 
also cmsidered the latest integra- 
tion proposal "a Rood one," and 
felt that it should be tested. 
Just v.'hat will happen after thfl 
deadline is ooen only to specula- 
tion. It is still not known at this 
time wheU)er fedwal school funds 
woirid be cut off should the matter 
cone to court, or for that mattsr, 
whether the matter will come to 
court at all. 



MRS. MARGOT BLAlH who wiU be on hand to autograph her book, 
and Mrs. Kay Owens, artist. 

Literary Festival Saturday 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Saturday 
wiiU be the big day for the Star 
of the Sea School, 15tih Street and 
Pacific Ave., when the long-await- 
od Literary Festival gets under 
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til 10 p.m., participants are as- 
sured of an afternoon and evening 
of fine entertainment. 

The sponsors are hopeful of ex- 
cellent weather so the fun can be 
had on the mall; but should the 
rains fall, the festival will be 
moved indoors to the hall and 
will go on as scheduled. 

A continental sidewalk cafe, fea./f' 
turing Italian cuisine, will be open 
to all during the Festival with a 
strolling mi43ician to entertain 
wihtle the delicious food, prepared 
by Chelf Gavoni, is enjoyed. Other 
relfreitoents and cold drinks will 
be available at the snack bar. 

Pony rides, carousel, games, 
and puipipet shows are scheduled^ 
for throughout the day. 

Many booths are featured. The 
Christian Art booth will show piec- 
es by local and national artists. 
Mrs. Kay Owens will have litur- 
gical art on exhibition. 

Mrs. Margot Carter ^ir will 
be oh hand to autograph her latest 
cihildren's book. Other of her books 
will be available too in addition 
to a good selection of paiper backs. 
Many jecond. hgnd books will be 
in the Book Nook where browsing 
will be encouraged. 

The Country Store will be au- 
thentic in every detail including 
the pickle barrel and pot-bellied 
stove. At the fabulous DjU's Pal- 
ace will be seen over 100 individ- 
ually dressed dolls. " 

Superb food, featuring food fram 
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selection qI cak;s, pies, and ot'.ier 
unusual go!>dies may be pur- 
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artist, Mrs. Ann Nicholson, on 
hand to decorate gpecial' cakes for 
part of the day. Mothers' Day 
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men's and women's, will be found 
leather work, woodwork, all kinds 
of Imnd ■sawed items, hand knits, 
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VIRGINIA BEACH — As the 
spring sports season nears the 
mid^point both the track and base- 
ball teams at Kellam High Sdiool 
have outstanding records. 

On the baseball field hhe Kel- 
lam Knights have 6 wins, 1 tie, 
and 2 losses. 

Tom McCauley, new head coach 
of the team, is optimistic concern- 
ing the remainder of the season. 
"We have a well-balanced squ'ad 
this year; every player has at 
least one hit and 14 players have 
two or more hits," McCauley said. 
The Kellam hickorymen havje an 
overall average of .250. 

H. S. Baseball 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Cox's East- 
ern District lead was jeopardized 
for 11 innings Tuesday by the effec- 
tive pitching of Churchland's Dana 
Ferrell, but the Faloms b^oke 
through for three runs in the 12th 
and a 4-1 win over the Truckers. 

Lefthander Ferrell fanned 11 
Falcons nad allowed nine hits, four 
coming in the 12th. 

Jeff Bratten^ a junior righthander 
held Virguiia Beach to two hits 
and his batterymate Bob'oy Lewis 
hit a three-ruiv home run Tuesday 
a? Princess Anne whipped the Sea- 
hawks, 8-1. Tuesday in an Eastern 
District baseball game. 

The victory squared Princess 
Anne's record at 4-4. Virginia 
Beach is 1-8 in the conference. 
Pete Carpenter and George Phclp- 
led a nine-hit attack c:f Rip Mc- 
Ginnis with two singles each. 

Righh.^nder Jim Fair, a so"ho- 
more, handcirlfed Bayside, 9-0, 
Tucfday on a five-hitt3r. 

John Markrynas pitched a three- 
hitter and got two hits himself in 
leading Gran'jy's jayvee baseball 
team to a 9-5 win over Bayside 
Tuesday. 




bedding plants, hause plants, dri'A- 
wood pieces, and a beautiiful se- 
lection of Flemish flower arrange- 
ments designed by Mrs. Bettie 
Jane Schwartz. 

Individual t>T.e gifts for ladies, 
gentlemen, children and general 
will be at the Petite Boutique. 

Packages frrm all over the 
world will b? sold for $1 in the 
Parcel Post baoth, while many 
Wliite Elcrhanls will also be dis- 
covered at its Sipecial b^c^. And 
exquisite hand made a'gans, white 
lace tablecloth and other special 
items will be featured in a very 
^'cial Booth. 

Everyone is welcome to stay for 
the entire day. Benches will be 
provided for rest periods between 
sight-seeing and fun and food. 



(Leading SUttet« ' 
At 
Games Bat Hits Avg. 

Jchnny 

Whitelhurst 8 33 13 .393 
Vernon 

Sumerell 8 30 9 .300 
Joe Scripture 8 25 7 .280 
Leading Pitchers 

GIF WL SOERA 
BiM Zaluski 4 24 2.1 32 1.80 
Jottiny 

Whitehurst 4 21 2.0 19 2.14 

On the cinder oval the Knights 
have a 3-1 record. The trackmen 
triumphed over Bayside, Oscar 
Smith and Deep Creek, but drop- 
ped a meet to ChurcWand last 
week. 

Three sdhool records have been 
broken this season. New record 
holders are David Reynolds, 2 
mile,10:53.6; Danny Boyd, Pde 
vadt, 11'6"; Clarence Geoiige, 
high hurdles, liB.4. 

Head track coach Tom Copley 
describes his teEun as one witfi 
a lot of determination to win. He 
said the following boys have made 
outstanding showings. Wayne 
Mann, broad ^m^; Roland Grif- 
fin, broad jump; Fred Hill, half 
mile and one niile; Dcmnie White, 
quarter mile; Bffl Hart, 880; and 
Bill Trower in sprints and hurdles. 

Tri-caf tains for the Kellam cin- 
dennen are Fr^ Hill, David Rey- 
noWs, and David Bartscih. 

Before the state track meet, 
Kellam has five other scheduled 
meets. The next event for the 
Knights is the Easterti District 
Relays, Foreman Field, April 30. 

Team Wins In 
Sudden Death 

H.VMPTON — Presbyterian Col- 
lege wo nthe South Carolina Inter- 
collegiate, Golf Tourney Saturday 
by winning the first hole of a 
sudden death playoff with Woi- 
fcrd. 

Presbj^terian's Bi'l Kellam tied 
for third with a 145 total. 

Th3 tourney was riayed at th.^ 
Hampton Country Club. 



Band Festival 

VIRGINHA BEACH - Tte Jun- 
ior and Elqnentary Band Festival 
will feature three hundred Virgin- 
ia Beach elementary and junior 
high school band students partici- 
pating. It will be held Friday 
through Sunday at Virginia Beach 
High School. 

Chairman of the festival will ba 
William Sexton, band director at 
Bayside Hi^ School. Directors of 
the event will be Clyde Duval. 
Jerry Cole and John Doyle. 

The three day event will ojd 
with a concert Sunday at 3 p.m. 
in the Virginia Beach High School 
auditorium. 

Tlie public is invited. 



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Virginia Beach SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1966 

Page 7-A 




ANTHONY VOCLERS and Carol Hall rehearse as Emile de Becque 
and Nellie Forbush, the leads in "South Pacific" to open Friday 
night at the Civic Center, (photo by Cassandra) 

Tlhe Rotary Club of Virginia 
Beach sponsors the production 
which will run Friday, Saturday 
and Sunday nights with curtain 
time at 8:15 p.im. Ac<*ording to 
Rotarian Howard Jones, the pro- 
ceeds will go to scholarships for 
thrfe local high schools. 

Among Uie founders of the Civic 
Chorus wiho were "jist a handful 
oif people who wouldn't give up," 
were Mike and Betty Hennigan, 
Ann Bragg, secretary, and Ernst 
who is treasurer. They, with all 
the other members of the Civic 
Chorus, have been spending many 
hours and days with other facets 
of the production such as props, 
prompting, lighting, etc. to be able 
to present culture and entertain- 
ment to Virginia Beach and its 
surrounding communities.- 



Musical Opens Fri. 

VIRGINIA BEACH - At the 
Clothing Chest, the B&M Delica- 
tessen, and the Civic Center, tick- 
ets are on sale for South Pacific 
which opens tomorrow night at 
8:15 p.m. 

The superb cast indudes An- 
thony Vickers as Emile de 
Becque, Carol Hall as Nelly For- 
bush, Sam Ekitst as Cdr. Harbi- 
son, Sam Hakim as Capt. Brad- 
kett, Welton Smith as U. Cable, 
and DaAvn Burton as Liat. 

The extravaganza put on by tiie 
Civic Chorus of Virginia Beach, 
Charles Oliver, director, has been 
rehearsing in a warehouse at 
CiHTip Pendleton. Dress rehearsal 
is tonight at the Civic Center. 



Night Registration 



(Continued From Page 1-A) 

-ftfc^bu precinct — Mrs. C W. 
Beard, Jr., Plaza Hardware Store, 
Plaza Slopping center, or 301 Ap- 
pian Avenue. 

Blackwater Borough — Mrs. 
Mary E. Gilbert, Rt. 4, Back Bay 
Station. 

iB£^ide Borough — Bayside No. 
InA, l-B, and 1-C precinct — Mrs. 
Eva Whitehurst, Paul's TV Store, 
4858 ^ell Road. 

Bayside Borough — Bayside No. 
2 precinct — Mafcolm L. Nock, 
Ocean Park M^ket, 3780 Shore 
Drive. 

Bayside Bcrough — Davis Cor- 



ner precinct — Mrs. Mariwi White, 
532il Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

Bayside Borough — Aragaia 
precinct — Robert E. Spires, 732 
Holladay Lane. 

Pungo Borough — Creeds and 
Capps Shop precincts — Roy L. 
Lovitt, Back Bay Station. 

Pungo Borough — Washwoods 
precinct — J. J. Waterfield, St., 
P. 0. Box 3155, Oceana Station. 

Princess Anne Borou^ — Sigma 
precinct — James R. Beecham, 
Rt. 1, Box 1146. 

Princess Anne Borough —Court- 
house precinct — Mrs. Ruth Hick- 
man, 217S Oceana Boulevard. 

'Princess JUme-Borou^— ©rocks 
Bridge precinct — Joe West, 1093 
Old D^n Neck Road. 



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anticipated dividend 
on all savings for 
the semi-annual 
, period beginning 
July 1, 1966. 

Home Federal 

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Home Office: Boush and Brainbleton Ave^ji* 

Norfolk 

Branches: 6024 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Thomas Corner 

3511 High Street, Portsmouth 

444 North Main Street, Suffolk 

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PERSONAL MENTION 



U. MAh Umnoi Ch^ipeQ Jr . 
SISn of Mr. smd Mrs. Mites L. 

Oh^Vett of IQB SIM Street, has 
been tiected as a Woodrow Wiiswi 
f"dtoiir far ms-vm. Woodrow WU- 
smi FeOows ^ <»e academic 
year oi ^^riuate edueiAkm. a liv- 
ing siapeaA of |2,000 and allow- 



ances for their dependent chil- 
dren. CSiapocU's lindergraduirte 
eoU^e is William and Mary. 

♦ « » 

A. L, Barco IM. formerly of 
Virginia Beach, has been promot 
ed to the executive position of as- 
sistant manager of National Cred- 



it Card Sales for Texaco Oil Co. 
of New York. 

♦ * ♦ ' . 

Susan Elizabeth Sellers, daugh- 
ter of Dr. and Mre. Thcmas Dan- 
can Sellers, 2713 Sandy Valley 
Road, has been named to the first 
semester Dean's LLst at Kandolp'-i- 



Macjn Woman's College, where 
she is a sophonwre. 

* * * 

Mrs. Peter A. .Agelastp is among 
more thart 75 persons from 23 
sfatcs who are tourii^ Great Bri- 
tain for three weeks. The tour is 
sponsored by Wa.'^'iingtcn National 



Cathedral in Washin^on, D. C. 
and aM participants are members 
of the NCA. an international fel- 
lowship of Cathedral friends. 

* * * 

Tw-o local students at the Uni- 
versity of Virginia kiave b^n 
awardtd intermediate honors at 



the University's annual Founder's 
Day celebration held recently. 
Tfiey are Sanaiel Pincus, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pincus, of 
2300 Baltic Ave., and Christocher 
She^. son of Mr. and Mrs. Doiv 
aid Sheap of 4148 Country Cli* 
Cir. 




■"WhatisA 

c^other? 

To her f amity, she's special. ' 

She's understanding, 

a banquet chef, a short order cook, 

a fountain of love, a chauffeur, 

warmth and security. 

She's clean socks, starched dresses, 

a mender of hurts. 

She's scrubbed ears, ' 

a tender nurse, a maid, a queen. 

She deserves a day of honor and tribute. 
She deserves the love of those she loves. 

f es, she's very, very special. 

This Sunday, you'll tell your mou 

how much you care. 

We'd like to tell all mothers, "We Care, too." . 

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New Service Started 



VIRGIMIA BEACH - Of inter- 
est to ^ {MTifasskMid and bad- 
ness workl is tlie annouiicement by 
Psychological Consultants, Inc., of 
the opening of their branch o^e 
at 4565 Virginia Beach Blvd., in 
tiie CannnoRweakLh fiitHding across 
from Peerf)roke MaU. 

Far industry Psycholc^cal Con- 
sultairts offers five main services. 
A personnel cento- provides per- 
sonnel a'Draisals, exeaitive eval- 
uations, ^aff potential evaluaiions 
and vooati'onal and educatlond 
guidance and counseling. 

A consuming and research divi- 
sion does conajmer and nwtiva- 
tional research, morale research 
and attitude and opinion studies. It 
also evaluates personnel pn^rams 
cnnsults on specific personnel 
profclems and provides job analysis 
and' evaluation. 

An educational d'visdon holds 
workshops in perscnnel or psycho- 
logical techniques, and conducts 
human relations, eSficient reading 
and leadership courses. 

A modem learning division de- 
velops training programs for em- 
oloyees. Most of the work is con- 

VBS Registration 

VIRGINilA BEACH - Registra- 
tion for Vacation Biible School will 
be taken Sunday, May 8, at Gali- 
lee Episcooal Church School class 
rooms. Vacation Bible School will 
begin on June 13. 

It is necessary that the children 
be registered so that materials 
appropriate for different age levels 
may be ordered. 

Assistance will be welcomed in 
teaching or serving as clasg room 
helpers. Please contact Mrs. W. 
P. Hull at 428-3144. 



Eun More HOW 




cemed with the evaluati<^ and 
traifliiig of persomiel prindpally 
at the executive levd. 

Fimiy, the firm has a fully 
qualified clinical' staK for provii 
ing dinical diagnostics for Individ- 
uaUt psycJiatrists, clinical psyeho- 
IflglMs and (dinics. The local staff 
consists of: Dr.. Donald P. Ogden, 
cidnical pydiok^ist, chaionan of 
the Psyohirtogy Department of Old 
Dominion CoKege; Dr. Joseph A. 
Sgro, industrial psychologist, also 
a j-rofessor at Old Dominion Col- 
lege; and Margaret Sells Eman- 
uekon, M.S., Staff Psychologist, 
who attended Shorter Colkge in 
Rome, Georgia and received her 
B.A. degree frtmi the .Uriversity 
of North Carolina, Chapel HiU, 
N. C. 

The bame office of Psychological 
Consultants is located in Rich- 
mond, Va. pr. Robert Filer is 
president of the firm. 

Dr. Filer is past president of 
the Virginia Psychologists Asi-o- 
ciataan, a member of the Rich- 
mond and Virginia Personnel and 
Guidance ^ssodations, the Amer. 
ican Management Association and 
the Industrial Relations Research 
Association. He is chairman of the 
Virginia Certification Board <A 
Clinical Psycholcgists. 

Dr. Merton E. Carver is vice 
president and a graduate of t!ie 
University of Rochester, where he 
received his AB. and M.A. de- 
grees. 

Dr. Austin E. Grigg, Certified 
Clinical Psychologist and Dr. Wih 
liam H. Leitwich, Industrial Psy- 
chologist, are also associated with 
the firm. 

Mr. Donald Sale. M.S. and Mr. 
Fred Sale, M.S. are stiaff psych'^- 
ogists for the home office. 

Mrs. Ann Filer, wife of Dr. 
Filer, serves as secretary-treasur- 
er for the firm, and as coordina- 
tor-director of ajl office activities. 



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Dies in Richmond 

RICHMOND -^^ Mrs. Coastance 
Tritton Moore, widow of J. Blythe 
Moore, died Monday in a Rich- 
mond hofipital. She was a former 
resident cf Virginia Beach for 
many years and was active in 
local civic and social aifairs. 

£he is survived by two .daugh- 
ters, Mrs. W. W. VenM)le and , 
Mrs. Constance Mcore ^pdd of 
Richmond; two sons, J. y Mcoret 
III of Richmond, and Temple C. 
MoOTe of Roenoke; arid, a brother! 
Robert C. Tritton of Richmond.' 
Also eight grandchildren and sev- 
eral great grandchildren. 

Funeral services were held yes- 
terday frcTi Bennett Funeral 
Heme in Richmond. Burial was 
in Hollywood Cemetery. 

tTlEGAiTNOTICES 

NOTICE 

This is to notify the public that 
the undersigned, trading as Lynn- 
haven Waterway Marina, Inc. will 
within ten days dfter publication 
of this notice apply to the Vir- 
ginia State Alcoholic Beverage 
Control Board for a license to 
seU beer and wine for off prem- 
ises consumption. 

Lynnhaven Waterway Marina, 

Inc. 
2103 N. Great Neck Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-5-U 




WHAT'S 

ALEXANDER 

BELL 

DOING IN 

VIRGINIA 

BEACH 
???? 




WXTCH OUR NEXT EOmOII 



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Mothers who Will be honored on Sunday are not almrays the physical 
niothers. Last year one of our readers sent us a poetk^trfcute^to her 
nwther-in-law. We also received a ^aecial poem loc another mother who 
is considered very sipecial and loved by many. So here is her "Tri)irte" 
written by a reader: 

Wlien life was dull and empty she entered on the sc«ie, 

Replaced them then with Wghtness; made everytiiing se^ne. 

With truth and understai^ing, she undertook to do 

A job fraught with great trmibles— a job well doi» by few. 

In love and underetanding they give more than their ahare; 

To each of them our blessing— to each of Ihem oitf {R'ayer. 
A tribute this to those who always do for ottiers; 

God bless them and keep them— a'i wonderful st^HOothers. 

All "mothers" are pleased to be remembered on her day— ^fts are 
not as important as thoughtfulness. But why not combine thou^itAjI- 
ness with a little extra special touch of luxury? 

Let mother ^arkle like the jewel she is witii an appropriate gift 

from one of our local jewelry stores. You don't have to get all dressed 

up to make a trip out of town, fight traffic, then look frantically for a 

, parking space, and be tired before you even start your gift hunting. 

You can find just what you want here at homa . . . 

Frank R. Ford Co. at 3301 Atlantic Avenue combines fee elegance 
of a big town store with the friendliness of your neighborhood grocer 
Take time to browse through. Marvel at the lovely silver, the china 
and crystal, the jewelry. And don't overlook tiie special gift items. For 
mothers who enjoy cooking and setting a pretty table, a gift of cook- 
ware that looks like and is lovely porcelain would not be considered 
an "ordinary" gift. And there are colorful sea shells and uiiusual sea 
life encased in plastic as decorations or adornments to ashtrays, light- 
ers, and the like. One particular sea scene combines its beauty with 
ths usefulness of a paperweight and a magnifying glass (ideal for 
mothers whose eyes may have difficulty in reading the tiny numbers 
in the phone book!)I 

Beach Jewelers at 3008 Atlantic Avenue is taking orders now for the 
newest rage — mother's ring of "family jewels." "Rie gold bands are 
set with the birthstones of her children (or grandchildren) and make 
a truly personal gift that only you can give. 

And the newest jewelry store, Buskey's Jewelry at 2022 Atlantic, 
has been completely redecorated and opened for business on March 14. 
Mrs. Susan Buskey, who had woiksd with the jeweler at the same 
k)cation for many years,-* is ready once more to serve her many old 
friends and custonjers with many new items. Keep&ake diamonds, 
silver holloware, pewter, earrings, monogram pins are just a few 
c( the lovely items she has stocked. The hard-to-find blue and white 
Wedgewood cameo is at Buskey's. 

AH our neighborhood jewelers are ready, not only for Mother's Day, 
but also for the coming high school and college graduations, the June 
brides — for all special occasions your neighborhood jeweler has what 
you need, and it is here! 



Vmqinu Be^ch Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1966 



SEaiONB 



Bond Program 25 Years Old 



VIRGINIA BEAqi - If you are 
more than % years oI<jkyou may 
renwnbw those unc«1aui months 
leadoig i^ to December 7, 1941. 
Americans hoped fervently that 
war would not reach these shores, 
but Government leaders saw the 
need for urgent {tf^rations— just 
in case. 

Itiis meant the raising of addi- 
titmal funcb — quickly — in wder 
to fijiance defense needs. And it 
was important that TVeasury bor- 
rowing shoidd be the type that 
waM least u{»et the money mar- 
kets. 

That's when the Series E Sav- 
ings Band came on the scene. PaL 
teAed after the "baby bonds" of' 
earlier years, it was designed for 
the small saver, and couM be 
bought in any bank or post office. 
(Bonds are no lot^r sold in most 
post offices.) 

To say that the E Bond was an 
ovemi^t success would be a 
slight exaggeration. First day 
sales on May 1, 1941, were only 
$60,000, even with President Roos- 
evelt leading the way with the 
first purchase. The second day 



brought in $301,000, however, and 
the daily figure went over the 
million dollar mark by May 5 and 
exceeded two million by May 7. 

Alter 25 years, average daily 
sales of E BchkIs hover in the 
neighborhood of $15,000,000. People 
who first bought them to help the 
war effort now make them a ,part 
of their regular savings j^n. 
Some three billion dollars worth 
are sold each year on the Payroll 
Plan, wherdjy employees ask 
their employers to deduct fbced 
amounts each payday. 

It has been estimated that about 
one person in every four or five 
owns sonrie United States Savings 
Bonds. This has created a back- 
log of quickly-convertible savings 
in every cwnmunity throughout 
the country. 

Virginia Beach Mayor Frank A. 
Dusch kicked off the 25th Anniver- 
sary Bond sale in the resort city 
by being the first to purchase a 
$25 savings bond. 

Eari V. Slattum, city chairman 
for the sale, accepted the mayor's 
check and presented him with a 
bond. 




EARL \V a^TTUM, right, VirglBki Beach chairman for the U. 8. 
^Savings Bonds 2SUi Anaiversary Sale, lold the first $25 bondfo Mayor 
i Frank A. Datch Friday hi the Mayor's offtce. (Son staff photo) 



WIN SIPA AWARDS 



Three Beach Schools 
Place Well Saturday 



VIRQLNiIA MJACH-Three Vir- 
ginia Beach high schools. Cox, 
Kellam and Princess Anne nrtade 
HTipressive siliowinigs last weekend 
at the Southern Interscholastic 
Press Association annual conven- 
tion at Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity. 

More than 1,200 delegates and 
advisors frran 11 southern states 
and the District of Columbia at- 
tended the 1966 annual convention 
of the SIPA. 35^ publications — 
newspapers, yearbooks and maga- 
zines — were entered by 188 
.schools. 

This was the 37th annual SIPA 
convention and was sponsored by 
the Lee Memorial Journalism 
Foundation. The foundation is 
headed by Proifessor W. W. Rie- 
gel. Director and head of the Uni- 
versity's Department of Journal- 
ism and CcBnmunications. 

The convention was held on the 
university camipus at Lexington 
April 29 and 30 and featured lec- 
tures, short courses and work- 
shops in the prodaction cf scholas- 
tic newapaipers, yearbooks, maga. 
zines, radio shows and photogra- 
phy, round-table and panel discus- 
sions, criticism sessions for 17 cat- 
egories of publications, a luncheon 
for faculty advisors, tlie annual 
dance for delegates at Doremus 
Gymnasium, and the awards 
luncheon at Doremus. At the 
awards lunc'hecn SIPA trophies 
were pretsented to 17 winners in 
the various categories. Special 
aiwards went to the top newspa- 
pers in West Virginia, Virginia, 
North Carolina, and South Caro- 
lina. 

Martin Agronsky, CBS news 
correspondent, was the featured 



speaker of the convention, but 
students heard others too— Paul 
Swensson, executive directors of 
Newspaiper Fund, Inc., an organi- 
zation which o5fers scholarships to 
students interested in journalism 
careers; Bob Dunn, King Features 
Syndicate cartoonist who draws 
"They'll Do It Every Time" and 
"Little Iodine"; and Wililam T. M. 
Grigg, staff writer for the WaaV 
ington Star. ' 

Kellam High School and Prin- 
cess Anne Higjh School placed for 
their excellent school newspapers. 
Kellam placed in the Achievement 
Award Group, and Princess Anne 
placed in the Honor Award Group. 
The names of the papers are the 
"Princess Anne Page," and "The 
Roundtable." 

Frank W. Cox High School was 
the on^y Virginia Beach high 
school to place in the yearbook 
competition. I^ Yearbooks, Group 
One (if or an enrollment of 1500 or 
more st.idents) The Talon, the Cox 
yearbook, placed in the First 
Place Award Group. 

The "Cavalier Folio," a maga- 
zine published by Princess Anne 
High School placed in the Honor 
Award Group in magazines, group 
one comoetitidn. 



Deadline Nears 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Virginia 
Beach voters are reminded by the 
Registrar's Office that May 14 is 
the deadline for registering to vote 
in the June CounciUnatic elections. 

June 12 is the deadline for reg- 
isteruig for the July Democratic 
primary. Night r^istration is also 
avail^e. 




MISS LINDA SUE FORT (right) with her niother, and Mrs. .1. Doug- 
las Hubard (center) just before the swearing in ceremony which 
made Linda tiie flrst WICS recruit from Virginia Beach. 

FIRST WICS VOLUNTEER . 



New Beginning for Linda 



Text and Iphotos /by CASSANDRA 

"Knowing that education and 
training are vital to my growth 
and to the future of our country, 
I accept appointment to the Jab 
Corps and will participate to the 
best of my ability in all phases 
of the Job Corps program and will 
comply with all tihe rules and reg- 
ulations of the Job CSfp|. 

"I do solemnly/sweajv (or af- 
firm) tiiat I bear true faith and 
ellegiance to the United States of 
.\merica and w^ill sifcort and de- 
fend the Constitution and laws of 
the United States against all its 
enemies, foreign and domestic. 

"The information given by me 
concerning my amplication for en- 
rollment is txue and correct to 
the best of my knowledge. I un- 
derstand that any false statements 
or dishonest answers will be 
grounds for my dismissal from the 
Job Corps and may be punishable 
by law." 

We stood in the group of those 
interested humanitarians w'.io 
work as volunteers for the WICS 
and watched Linda Sue FM-t from 
Virginia Beach raise her right 



hand and read the above oath ad- 
ministered bfV Ecfr.vard Pi?ivott. 
Linda is the first girl to be ac- 
cepted f.-'cm the Virginia Beach 
applicants to the Job Corps and 
left by plane Tuesday with Pa- 
tricia Byles of Norfolk for the 
placement center in Chariest on, 
W.Va. Also being sworn in at this 
ceremony was a third girl from 
Norfolk. 

With TV cameras whirring and 
the strain of many week, of wait- 
ing fcr her acce~tance over, she 
looked proud and ready for ano'th. 
er trsmer.dous step of adjustment 
in her young life of 17 years. We 
said a silent praver for her to 
win in this new endeavor. 

When we picked her up at her 
heme in Kempsville, Mrs. J. Dsuig- 
las Kutiard, chairman of the WICS 
unit here ex lained that this in- 
terview would be WICS history 
in ths making since there will be 
others to follow Linda. 

We were forcefully struck with 
her vivac:i3us brunette beauty and 
her sincere smiile of cooperatbn. 

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Melvin Giihbert fiia4 drive whkb brougU to Uie Special Procedores 
unit of the General Hospital of Virginia Beach the low-boy whirl- 
pool bath fiva a new lAeddiair for me by the patients at the hea- 
pital. Mrs. Ayvazian is entki^astic about the nudi-needed fecial 
equipment and expresses her deep gratMade to Mehrtai Gimbert aad 
ys R5 friends, (rtirff photo by Padrick) 



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'Easy Move' 
Plan Offered ~ 

V»C»^TA BBMCm - THe C*iP 
TWcphooe Comfany^ along wiOi 
olher Bell System con^anies has 
Just inaugurated a amplified pka 
for Ks customers imving to an- 
ot'ier locality anyw^re within 
conUiier.tai United States. Under 
nefw procedures just adapted, a 
Vir^ia oistcmer, for ex^m^e, 
can arrange for the diacoimectitHi 
of his service and reccnnection at 
his new ackiress tiirough one call 
to his present locad business oiffice. 

L. F. Patndt. oooaonercial man- 
a^. said C4P is now prepared 
to render this new nationwide ser- 
vice as a tetijer convenieoce ta 
its aiOottien. In the event d a 
delay in eotabiisbing a new resi- 
dence at a dktaot pcrint. Ricb- 
mood and other cxnraunities 
Ifiitughout the state can arrange 
tor a rrfe-ence of calls to tfae 
distait city. Wboi new service is 
siinequoitly established, \ocai op- 
erators will inform criers d the 
tel«f:hone manber at (he new loca- 
tion. 

Patridc indicated that the new 
plan was adopted since stupes 
have reflected a hi^ incidence 
of moves betwe«] states, particu- 
larly by employees of lai^e oi^an- 
izations with manufadturing and 
other facdlities scattered through- 
out the United States. Some stud- 
ies have shown that 35 million per- 
sons move each year and ap^N-oxi- 
mately BVi million move annually 
between the states. 

All 23 Bell System operating 
com|:ank8 in the country are par- 
tioipiEuils in the "Easy Move 
Plan," desisted to provide unx- 
lerrupted service tor their cu^o- 
mers. , 



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We like fine, enthusiastic, young men. Men who contribute 

their knowledge and ability to their community . . . 

as well as to their job. 

Men who understand a growing family's needs. 

And know what to do about it. . , 

Capable men who can give you good advice . . . anytime. 

And guide you on your way to financial security . . . everytiine. 

And we're proud to have so many experienced "old h^noi** 

in the banking field to help you. / 

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Shrine Is 
Dedicated 

chaage dub of Va<ginifl ^^each. 
bat week dedicated a "Fte3dom 
Sirine" it had ^ven Virginia 
Beach High School. ' - 

The Freedom Sirine Project was 
ctmceived in the Educatiohal De- 
partment of the Nationri Ebc- 
chan^ C.vb and born with the 
adoption of a res<4uti<ffl by the 
31st conventico of the tfattonal 
Shrine Ckb callirig for esiablis'i- 
ment of Freedom Shrines through- 
out America. It is a distinct ami 
separate pngrsm of the National 
Exchange Qub's program of ed- 
ucation in which afi Exchange 
Clubs are invited to partk^te. 

Ihe 28 hiatoricift American doc- 
uments comprising the FteeAom 
Shrine are exact ccfiies pbob)- 
gr£i_l!Jca% r«(?roduced for the 
Exdiange Gub from the pcv^kess 
originals. 

The dedication ceremony was 
attended by many Exchange Club- 
bers, city oflfijciab, and Vice Ad- 
mkal R. Ifogle who was the prin- 
cifk speaker. Hie Exchange Cld> 
ako presented a leather bound 
book containing the biographies of 
all the signers of the Dedaration 
of Independence .to the school^ 

At the dedication were Mayor 
Frank A. Dusch, City Manager W- 
Russel Hatdiett, and M. F. Stridc- 
ler, of the Virginia Beach School 
Board. 




Night Registration 

VIRGOMA BaSAOH - Beginning 
toni^t, the City Electoral Board 
wiH hold specif night registra- 
tk)n once a week until the June 
11 deadline, for the July 12 Dem- 
ocratic Primary. . , 



John B. James, Electoral Board 
Chairman, announced that Mrs. 
Anna H. Cotton, general 
wifl at fnxn 7 p.m. to \9 
once at each of the 
{daces: , 



p.m. 



5-Air& Cotton's r^ular 
office on Courthouse Drive at Prin- 
cess Anne Court House. 

May 12 — KempsviUe Fire Sta-, 
tion on Princess Araie Road. 

May 19 — London Bri^e Fi 
Station at London Bridge. 

June 2 — Ocean Park fire sta- 
tion on Shore Drive. 

June 9 — Virgfaiia Beach Bor- 
ough Fire Station on Arctic Ave. 

Mrs. Cotton's regular office 
hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. wedc- 
days. There are also 22 assistant 
registrars in precincts of the city. 



MRS. JOHN CLAUDY (m wheelehah-) was the giiest of honor at the 
regular meeting and Friendship Luncheon of the London Bridge Home 
DemonstraUon dub held last week. Mrs. Claudy was a former mem- 
ber of the group bdore moving to Seaford, Delaware four years ago. 
Each Christmas and at other special occasions, the wann friendship 
within the group is extended to their dear friend in the form of IHtle 
gifts and letters and cards. She came to Virginia Beach last Thursday 
just for the day so she could once again enjoy their close fellowship. 
Pictured with her are the past presidents of the club (left to right) 
Mrs. R. W. Ashworth. Mrs. C. G. Skfauer, and Mrs. J. W. VanHouse. 
(staff photo by Padrick) 

Officers Now U.S. Citizens 

LITTLE aiEEK - Two Cuban- 
born officers from the U.S. Naval 
Ampyfoious School here. Navy 
Lieutenant Junior Grade Jose Sil- 
vio Perez and Army First Lieu- 
tenant Noelio Montero, received 
their United States dtizenship pa- 
pers from President Lyndon B. 
Johnson at Mount Vernon, Satur- 
day, April 10. 

A veteran of 16 years in t£ie 

jCuban Araiy, Montero enlisted as 

te and advanced to the 

afWajor. Perez, a veteran 

f 14 years of naval service, was 

naval mficer in the Cuban Navy. 

Whm-'TJuba was taken over by 

thcyCastro regime, Montero and 

Ep*'ez went into exile. 

On their arrival in the United 
States in 1961, both men applied 
for and received commissions in 
the U. S. Armed Forcfes, Montero 
a .Second Lieytenant in the 



as 

U.S. Army, and Perez as' an En- 
sign in the U.S.. Navy. Bot'i men 
were commissioned in 1933. 

Asked what the officers thiaught 
of their adopted home, Perez said, 
"I love the United States as much 



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and being in the United States Na- 
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this country." Montero answered 
this way, "Now my obligation is 
to the United States. Yet when- 
ever possible, I will continue in 
my own way to help the people 
of Cuba." 

Lt. Montero is an instructor in 
the Language Institute at the Am- 
phibious School and Lt(^). Perez 
teaches landing cvsii tactics in 
amphibious operations. 



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identify shirts done up by usi He'll always be 
satisfied . s . so will you . . . when we do your 
laundry, 

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German Night 

VIRGLNIA BEACH - rne crew 
of the amphibious command sh^ 
Pocono was recently treated to 
something different in line of the 
evening meal when German Night 
was held aboard. 

The mess decks took on the air 
of a CJerman rathskeller even to 
the music provided by the ."^mr 
phibious Force, U.S. Atlantic 
Fleet, Band. 

An additional touch of authen- 
ticity was provided by the wear- 
ing of striped vests by the cooks, 
messcooks, ship's supply officer. 
Lieutenant Commander J. R. Cor- 
bitt, and chaplain, Lieutenant 
Commander C. L. Keyser. 

A printed menu was provided 
written botli in German and Eng- 
lish and (rffered the following se- 
lection cf foods: lettuce and leek 
salad with bacon, cucumber and 
onion salad, browned potato, roast 
beef German style, caulaflower au 
gratin, Bohemian style sauerkraut, 
hot rolls, rye bread, apple crisp, 
gingerbread, and coffee with whip- 
ped cream. 

In the future the ship's com- 
manding oHket Captain V. L. 
Vilucci, plans oa holding Italian 
Niglrt, featuring native dishes of 
Italy and various other nights fea- 
turing the foocfa native to certain 
countries. 




lOMEWORK 

Our pcopU do their in- 
surance 'iiomework" to 
keep abraast of current 
devclopmentt in planning 
and counieling. 'Thii up- 
to-date approach to your 
imuranca needi it part of 
the package we call P.S. — 
Personal Service. Why 
not test ut toon? 

KELUM ■ EATON 

INSURANCE COMPANY 
3111 Pacifk Ave.— Vh-gfaia Beach 

2406-8 Princess Anne Rd.— 
City Hall 

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VIRGINIA CROPS 

Just ^20 years ago, soon after the end of World War II, fanning in 
Virginia changed its complexion from Southern to National. 

lAt that time crops- ceased to supply the major portion of cash in- 
come for Virginia farmers, and the receipts from livestock accounted 
for a majority of Virgiiiia's cash farm incime for the first time. 

In recent years crop sales have contributed roughly 45 percent of 
the state's cash farm receipts— Mwut the same as for the United States 
as a whole. Crops are still more important income producers than live- 
stock in most states of thie South. 

However, one crop— tobacco— still produces about as mudi cash 
farm income in Virginia as any one of the three major classes of live- 
stock-^meat animals, dairy or poultry. For the last ha¥ century, it has 
provided almost one-fifth of Virginia's total cash farm receipts. Also, 
it is the major source of cash income on more Virginia farms than is 
any other farm commodity. 

In the last argicultural census, 35 percent of Virginia's "commer- 
cial" farms (generally those with sales of $2,S00 or more) were classi- 
fied as tobacco farms, while only 22 percent were listed as livestock 
farms, 13 percent as dairy farms, and 6 percent as poultry farms. 

No other <»ie crop or group of crops approaches tobacco as an 
income producer in Virginia. While tobacco produces dose to 20 per- 
cent of cash farm receipts, each of the following produces only afcout 
5 percent: vegetables, peanuts, fruits and grains. Soybeans, fiirest pro- 
ducts, and nursery and greerfiouse products bring in about 3 percent 
each. 

However, some of the most widely produced crops in Virginia are 
produced primarily for feed for farm livestock rather than for sale. 
The value of hay produced in Virginia in 1965 ($ra million) was second 
only to tobacco ($87 million), while corn was third ($48 million.) 

The major changes occurring in recent years in Virginia with 
respect to cix)ps production has increases in yield per acre and increasr 
ed in output per man-hour. Both of these are the results largely of 
technc'Iogical inr.provcments in production methods. Effective applica- 
tion of advanced technology requires higher levels of managehient and 
oftentimes greater inputs of'caipital. 

Efforts to control the prjiduction ol crop surpluses have generally 
depended upon limitations oh the acreage of land devoted to specific 
crops. At present, the trend is toward controls on marketings, as ilhis- 
trated by the opportunity for burley tobacco growers to vote on all 
acreage-poundage control program in the March 10 referendum, simi- 
lar to the plan already in e'fect for Hue-cured tobacco. Such plans place 
' penalties on over-marketings as well as on exceeding acreage allot- 
ments. Some crop control program are voluntary to the individual 
farmer, while others ^re essentially compulsory. 

Controls in effect on flus-cured tobacco and those recommended on 
burley tobacco are likely to' hold the supply of these crops relatively 
con.stant. With no significant results from the anti cigarette-smoking 
campaign, demand for these cigarette tobaccos should maintain favor- 
able prices. 

T!ie possibility that Rhodesian flue-cured tobacco may be effec- 
tively quarantined from world markets encourages the hope that buyers 
may bid even more energetically for U. S. cigarette tobaccos this fall. 
^ The price prospects for dark-fired and sun-cured Virginia t<*acco 
are not optimistic. While prices for the 1965 crop of Virgi.iia flue-cured 
and burley tobaccos exceeded those of a year earlier, both dark-fired 
and sun-cured prices were lower. 

No basis is evident on which to anticipate higher prices in 1966 on 
^ these latter two. types. Although acreage allotments restrict production 
of both types, demand for them has not increased. 



BREAKAWAY FOLK CLUB 

Saturdays 8:30-12:30 

Auditions — Saturdays 4:30 
BREAKERS HOTEL 
Adm. $1.00 25Ui & Ocean Front Coffee & Food 




DO YOU KNOW THIS MAN? 




His face is familiar to many Tidewater residents, 
business people and shoppers, as the congenial 
former owner of the Confectionary at Granby 
and Freemason Streets. 

JIMMIE BARNES 

We are proud to announce the affiliation with 
our sales staff of Jimmie Barnes. ' 

Jimmie, now a resident of Virginia Beach, feels 
the volume sales and outstanding service facili- 
ties at AAeekins Pontiac Corp. will enable him to 
save his friends and customers much money and 
time on their next new or used automc^ile. 

CALL JIAAMIE BARNES 

428-3535 at work or at honw 428-0894 

Meekins Pontiac Corp. 

1 833 Latkin Rd., at Hilltop Virginia BMch, Va. 
Op«n Woeknitm Til 9 P. M. 




'Rust' Affects Pines in Area 



DR. ,AND MRS. HERMAN L. DINSMORE of New York City were 
recent viittote to Virgiiiia Beach, stopping >at the Americana and visit- 
ing old friend*. Dinsmore hag retired as Foreign Editor of the jNew 
Yori[ Times and Professor of Journalism at Columbia. He is present- 
ly Tisiting Pnfenorxii Joumalimi at Loi^ Islaiid University, lliey 
enjoyed 4lie WionmlOsiui' and coatlMiitid aqiects of the resort city 
and plan loretarQ.Uiter iiitoaumnier; t]riioto by Cassandra) 



VIRGINIA BEAOH - Accord- 
ing to Elgia L. Easter, Ornament- 
al Horticulturist at Virglinia 
Beach, pine trees in this area are 
belAig seriously a'Ifected b* the 
eastern gall rust. Slash puie is 
the most susceptible to the rust, 
while Loblolly pine is only mod- 
erately susceptible, and the other 
pines are susceptible to a much 
le£S extent. 

Easter described the rust thus: 
"First, you will notice a very ob- 
vious, roughly circular J:^velling on 
the trunic or branches of the tree. 
At this particular time, a bri^t 
orange powdery substance is very 
conspicuous on the swollen por- 
tion. This material is the rust 
spores." ' ■ 

As is the case with most rusts, 
this one has an alternate host. 
In this case, it is the oaks, v^cto 
it overwinta^. It does no dan- 
age to the oaks, however. 

There is no cure for this. No 
effective fungicide has been de- 
veloped to conibat this rust. The 
only means of control we have is 
imimng. Tlie affected part of the 
tree should be pruned dff and the 



infected area burned. Sometimes 
this, will ntiean cutting the tree 
dawn, and replacing it. 

This rust will weaken the tree, 
and eventually cause it to die, the 
horticulturist added. 

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Festival Saturday 

■ LYNNHAiVEN— Tne Lynnhaven 
Elementary School will have its 
Annual Festival on Saturday. May 
7 at 10:00 a.m. until dusk. The 
Festival will be held on school 
grounds. 

There will be something to inter- 
est all members of the famdly — 
pony rides, go-carts, cake walk, 
games and prizes, music, bakery, 
snacks and the "Counltry Store" 
are just a few. 

Many very nice gifts have been 
donated by local merchants and 
drawings will be held for these 
items. Door prizes^of a 19" West- 
inghouse portable TV, bicycle and 
portable tape recorder will be giv- 
en away. 

Everyone is welcome. 



Virgirvia Beach SUN, THURSDAY, 



MAY 5/ 1966 
Page 3-B 




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Irs. B. P Bnstow, Jr. 
Joyce Jonit 
t*r%. Curtu Coin 
Roy Carrilhtrs 
Michaal Geora* 
Mn. Dorothy G. WAdftWOftfl 
Holic* H. Wiiton 
Morns Hatporn 

A. E. Htwttt 

Mrs. ftondt H. Hyatt 
Mrs. Laon Gotdan 
Mrt. H. L. Hicht 

B. P. Kaon 
Mrs. C. C. Kinf 
T. G.-Jo/naf. Jr. 
Mrs. Sua R. King 
E. Raynoldt 

Jaff L. Brown 

Sharon I Garrison 

M.rs. S. A Sale 

J. W. Funai 

ftoranca C OhI 

Mrs. Lorctta Taylor 

Mrs. T. M. Edwarda 

Mrs. B, R. Saagla 

Ernast E. Slovatl 

Mary M. Whttson 

Mr E. L. Doss 

Mjchaal B, Brantlay 

Mrs. J. W Spivcy 

Mrs. W, S HarwDod 

Mrs Gertrude Nadfan 

Miidrad Landis 

Walter Grant 

William Dachar 

John M Proctor 
- Mrs. Bassia K. Smith 

Mrs C R. Isaacs 

Ronatd G. Spactor 

Mary Hoffman 
* John M. Gibson 
Vfm. t. Carnaa 
Walter E. Barton 
Rowland Gaorja 
Mrs. AHia E. Oawson 
Mrs. rf4 Hrann, Jr. 
Mrs. Otts Brock. Jr. 
Mrs. Flortrtca Laary 
Robart K. Staphanson 
Mr W. T. Powell 
Miss El«aner M. Lock* 
O. N. Ashworth 
Jack Tabala 
David E Harrall, Jr. 
Kumbcrt Rtipoli 
Csthar M Davis 
H. L. Sloop 
Mrs. Mary Adysah 
Haywood Jamas, Jr. 
Daniel Bailie 
H. W. Presley 
Dorothea V Vandanbufgh 
Isabella K. Light 
Janica G Baylor 
Linda Bruca 
Mary Davis Smith 
Robert Haywood Alhins 
Joseph Anthony Kues 
Mrs Gilvert H Insley. Jr. 
Alice C. Brown 
Archia I. Tttompson 
Mrt Glands Cowaa 
Frank ScotchatI 
M t Bunch 
RoKer Sadie 
floban Aibartsen 
Gerald Lonnsar 
Mrs R T Saala 
A S. Doggalt 
D. G Holton 
Mrs Bob^ S. Creu 
John Brickall. Jr. 
Gaorga Daly. ftr. 
Raymond C. Hepl 

Iaa A»aB» oil_ 
arbara BMPnBrnan 

Mrs RuMFWhitaentoii 

F E Hartman, Jr. 

Marvm C. Harris 

Jostph M. Walkar 

Mrs. Maude Spancvr 

Robert Carter 

C. W Doohttlt 

Mn. Donald Schrriarljnc 

Francia Gaskma 

Mrs C Sum 

Cassia M. Jam«« 

L W McDarmid 

Hattia Kamp 

Sabra E. Williams 

R. lliaMa 

Jamas R. BurnaMt 

JantM W. Cm 

Mrs. MaKi* Smith 

Mrs. Barbara Hill 

John Parkins 

Patsy R SnoKT 

Lonnia Er^lish 

Lester T. Fuller, Jf, 

Robert Partco 

Harr.«l E. Katparak 

Monnia LaughifigtHMM, Jr. 

Robert w Baniea 

O. E. Thomas 

Barbara A PastarnKiC 

M, W. FranMiin 

Judiih H Mugsatt 

Mrs. C B. Hedmui 

Ellen Chappali 

AHma P Jamas 

Miss Glerta Wynn 

Ben H taudtMfg 

Miss Paulina Marks 

Emory W. Clark 

Robert T Howard. Jr. 

James E Ward 

Jamas BaMay 

General Grant Williams, Jr. 

Mrs K. T Haus* 

Linda Bruca 

Mrs. H T. Tomlmsoq 

Mr J Van Jenkins 

Mrs M. t Wilay 

Mrs Madalyn Brothers 

C T HcDarmolt 

Mrs Clouisa M Norman 

Mn Mar.a Aiiey 

Mrs. V>ola Tidd 

Mn Jassis Powars 

Francis Owf>as 

Mrs J W Brmkiay 

Mrs Errtasi RanfrD« 

M's Q. J BromiM 

Mrs W. S Ba'low 

Mrs fr»d Watson 

Eugene N Mansfi^d 

Mr J F But<er 

Rosa Lee Williams 

Mrs Ut'f W Corthn 

Mrs M B Felts 

Jamas Whiickar 

Gaorie H Oliver ' 

Bobby G Hinson 

Joshua B Harwell 

Carl Sinv"* R«d 

Meiwin Anany Boykin 

Bruca Kennon Gnggs 



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I I - - 1. m ..I .<. ,. . . ___ — _ , 

Admissions Director at Schools 



tmSBUBOU. Pa. — Wnaam 
L. G f e d tcoe g . aas^tmA £necter 
cf atattKOB It (^raoKie TCn 
lA deicribe adnteioB raqp^to* 
ntMs nd eduotiaui) opporMH- 
tiet at Can^e Teds to MeMMl 
al^laitB ai the Vrgiria Beach 
■4a today. She wiD visK ilto 



New Beginning 

'' (CoDtiBued Ob Page ») 

Hot youthiu] mother fnm whom 
IM* iidwrited her food kiala 
aoionpaaied us. 

IHow did you hear abaai the 
Jd|^ Cbipe?" we asked Linda as 
we slowiy rode to Nw^olk. 

mAex tali (^t^M* spok* si- 
mdbaoeously. "We saR» it cm TV 
—0r\6 were in the picture gflttiog 
h^ in education and a new start 
in Be. We wnbe tnke Jda Cwft 
adiress in Washington and later 
liea. Gttiam inn Hoitoik caKed 
us." 

Mrs. Hid>ard explained that 
Mrs. GUiam was one of the vol- 
uateo- wcHlcers who screened the 
afjpUcants. "Toere were mai^ in- 
toviews wUh doctors aoi many 
tesl^." sMd Unda, "fapk I'm^ so 
0ad to be gnng oft to die new 
oeoter iHtere I will finish school 
Mti iMRi a job." 

Hk sweaiii^in cerenxny was 
biiet. Mrs. Schwab. Noitcft Di- 
recto' of Vohmteers,, ^xriw of the 
gki's respoi^ilMlity in represent- 
ing their dties, told than that 
they would be botneskk, but for 
than Dd to pamc but to ask ques- 
tkos aH tLoDg the nwte. "There 
are pec^ie to meet you at ewery 
pomt," Ae s^, "and we always 
check your arrival from here." 

Mrs. Ann Ctfitrril, Extcutrre 
Director of the Noifoik WSS. was 
more positive in teUJag them to 
sbidy hard, to work bard, to mind 
Ihek- oooduct and to remember 
ttiat Norfoft and Vii^inia Beach 
would be watching their progress. 

Mrs. Hi4>ard was gentle in her 
remarks. Perhaps ifl of us were 
emotionally toudied. "Go," Ae 
said, "with our biessings. We will 
be with vou in ov thoughts and 
to our prayers." 



Fask Cox Hi^ Schcol. Bayiide 
^1^ Sdxml. and Princes Asne 
ippi sCaOOl. 

Was Grodecoeur wiM diactos un- 
dto^raduate iragrams in the Col- 
Iqfe d Engteeenag and Science, 
the College of Pine Arts, and the 
MMlfaret Mornain Came^ Col- 
lege ikr worooi). 

Carmgie Tech sAso offers grad- 
uate study in industrial aikninis- 
Uatioo, engineerii^ and science, 
toe arts, p^ncodcgy, bacteriolo- 
gy, and home ecoDomics edu:a- 
tk»: in Margaret Morrison Came- 
^ CoUcge B graduate program 
s offered in English, hirtory, the 
nataral sciences, and ma&emet- 
ics for secondary sdiool teaching. 



Linda and her 'mod? nve sol- 
fered. Unda is young and we 
trust that this new way of' life, 
this new beginning wiQ bring her 

the victory so earnestly desired fay 
the Job Corps. 



Meeting Wednesday 

VIRGINIA BEfACH-l^ Ladies 
Aux^iary, FXH* No. 8. will meet 
Wednesday, May 11. at the FX)P 
Cfaib at 8 p.m. 

EsteUe Davis, president, will 
preside and she is ho|»ng for 100 
per cQit attendance. 

Tte main order of business will 
be to complete j^ans for the eon- 
venlini in Ame. 



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Rudee Bridge Up for Bids 



mCFlMOND - Hie State Ifi^ 
wi^ Departmeat is seeking bids 
for 13 hjighway projects, inchading 
Mae secwxl reqoMt Ua priaes oo 
a sopneat of Ohetterfidd Coiurty's 
saai<kcumferential route ^ 
ItichRX^, (finding on US SO be- 
fewwo Fakiaa and the Dules Air- 
pnl entrance, and a major bridge 
over Rudee biet oHtf Fifth Street 
hi Viigiaia B«Bch. 

Tbe bids will be opeaed h«e 
on June 9 and f satkfoctory pro- 
posals are received the worit wHl 
get under way t)^ summer. 

Other wtrk in the call for bids 
includes bitianinous surfacing ia 
toe Ridanond hig'iway district 
and at Romd», special epoxy 
treatments on bridge deda in tfie 
Salem hi^iway district, and town 
street consbwtion on atnertt 
route*. 

The project on the semi-caxaan. 
ferentjal at Richmood is tbe third 
of the hi^iway which 



«^, wiien com(dettd, connect l^ 
1 naar the sqiah dtf tinats wiA 
g^p p wifcam Parinray at Forest 
Hifl Avaaoe eactended. Hie road 
haa beca butt fom US Route 1 
to Raa|^ 10 and is under caoGtruo 
tioo firarii CUppenluni Pailcway to 
US 00. BidB received Uarch 16 
for today's project ware rejected 
as too Uj^ 

The Rudee Inlet bridge at Vir- 
0nia Beach fits mto the road coo- 
stiuotioD now under w^r betmneen 
Stb Street aad Barnes Coroer and 
win coooplete Ihb portion of a 
new road toward the court house 



Louis Ifirman of 318 Lynn 
Siorei Drive, has been named 
Norf(A regional dudrman of the 
Untverrity ci Penraj^ania's lOM 
Alumni Ghrfaig Can^aign iriiich 
wifl end June 30. Goal of tbe cam- 
paign is )1,7S0»0QD. 



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such Iti^ as war^me a^ \x»- 
«1 are aho being given. 



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a ijiiititai'l wll ila Ifta. JBdIvaiitl 
tMk jr.. pan MdMi prest- 
Seal Alao attaiding w^l be Mrs. 
tliBe Skylstead, (firector <tf tbe 



Nl^CA Sdiolars% found^oA. 

NWCA Prlricess Ann^ ffc. 148 
wiU host the meeting, assisted by 
other Navy Wives aiAs (rf Aroa-- 
ica in the Tkkwater area. 

ttie of the evenii^ adlvities 
wO be a ooncert ccmkicted by 
the Little Creek AmpMbitras Base 
Naval School of Music. The Con- 
cert wiU be held in tbe Oceana 
Boe nieatre m May 17 from 
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. and will be open 
to aM service personal and fam- 
ilies. 

A tour of the base will be con- 
ducted bv LTJG Kenneft E. 
Blackwell, PIO OCScer. 

Captain D. C- Rtansey wiH be 
guesi speaker at the banquet cli- 
maxing the meeting. 

An award will be presented to 
the low membership oluh and one 
to the W^ membership ckt who 
have gained the mbst new mem- 
bers in the past year. The Admiral 



Sinedbeig Meinter^ mmr6 la 
presented to ttie dub «iai« the 
most percentage gain in member- 
slilp for the year. 

An award is presented to the 
dub wUh the best ssapbook, bas- 
ed on pdblfclty, p^cturee, cU> ac- 
tivities and «Mevemait, od^al. 
ity and nz^qtaess. Judging the 
scrapbooks wQ be Mrs. Caroline 
StrkJdand of th« Thkwato- As- 
sociation for Retarded diM%n, 
Mrs. A. E. WaOer, iN-eaident cf 
the Oceana Officers Wives Qub, 
and Janes McOevitt of the Bea- 
con. 

ChAs represented either in per- 
s<m or by proxy wll cover the 
following states and countries: 
Brid^ West Indies, Cti)a, Ftori- 
da, Georgia, I^anama Canal Zknie, 
Puerto Ric3, South Carolina and 
Virgiida. 



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care awerage except ttiat, 
provlfied ttf tt« Federal 
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For Virginians 65 or older: 

here is the 
coverage you neecf 
to su^lement Medicare 



offered to residents of the 69-county area In 
the eastern two-thirds of Virginia served by 
VHSAand VMSA 

COVERS the patient's share of hospital, 
outpatient, and extended care expenses by 
providing for the deductible and coinsurance 
amounts not covered by Medicare Part A. 

ADDS hospital, outpatient, physicians' and 
related benefits not offered by Medicare Part 
A or B. I 

INCLUDES the patient's share of physi- 
cians' care expenses . . . the deductible and 
coinsurance (jimountsnet covered by Medicare 
PartB. 

HELPS take care of a wide variety of health 
care expenses ... up to $10,000 JlfBtime 

benefits. 

EXPANDS your Medicare benefits fbr 
only $4.60 per person monthly. 

APPiy NOW* 

If you are 65 or older and not already a 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield subscriber, 
apply for 65 EXTENDED nov/. Fill out the 
application form and mail today to Blue Cross 
and Blue Shield, 4010 West Broad Street, 
Richmond, Virginia. Send no money. Appli- 
cations received by May 25 become effec- 
tive witi Medicare-July 1, 1966.. 



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Part A 
INPATIENT HOSPU 

Includes semi-priv 
drugs and necessaty i 
"spell of illness" 

YOU MUST f 

Medicare doei 
- Medicare doe: 

'OUTPATIENT HOSPIT/ 
Includes S^i payment 
toiy service provided di 

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OTHER OUTPATIENT I 
Medicare doe! 



EXTENDED CARE ^R 
Includes up to lOO^di 
mum 3-day hospihil^ 

■ YOU MUST f 

HOME HEALTH SERVl 
Limited to 100 visits i 
sonnel after minlnwm 

PSYCHIATRIC HOSHT 
Lifetime maximumof : 

ItlBERCULOSIS INSTI 
Maximum of 90 days 
facility 

Part B • 
PHYSICIANS' SERVICE 
Includes 80% of reaac 
vices, up to 100 homt 
tests, x-ray or iwliui 
services, oxygen eqaipi 
prosthetic devices ^ 

YOU MUShl 

OUTOFHOSPITAL PS' 
Limited to $250 duHnj 
whichever is smalltr 



*T0 ALL BLUE.CF 
SCRIBERS: 

There is rto need for 
for 65 EXTENDED, 
receive full iitformc 
VMSA Blue Croft c 
mail or where you 
notification within C 
local Blue Cross o 
group administrate 



B 



BLUE 0iO5S^4li SHKto, -WlC^tlCSt BtOiW) STOg?,;iUa«W«>ND;VH^INIA 



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M. P. STRICKUIR, left, aasiitaiit superintendeiit of schools, Was 
presented with e%ht copies of the book "A Century of Service" by 
Edward Church, executive vice president of First and Merchanii 
National Bank, Tuesday momtaig. The presentation was made at the 
Pacific Avenue offices. The books, which will be placed tai each of the 
high sdMMl libraries traces the history of the growth of F A M 
Richmond and Vfar^nia. (Sun staff photo) 



Awards Fete 



VIRGIINIA BEACH - WaUace 
R. Healwde, prraident of ttie Vir- 
ginia Heart Assodatkxi. wiU be 
CM iga^ ^aka- at the fburteenUi 
annual meeting cifthe Tldiewater 
Heart Association to be held at 
the I%e Tree Inn on FVklay, May 
IS. at 6:30 p.in. 

Campaign »vards wiU he pre- 
sented folicwing dinner. 

As a pMic speako*, Mr. Heat- 
wole is natiionaJly known, having 
spoken in 44 stateg for various 
civic, ciiaritabie and fraternal or- 
ganizations. He is a member of 
the Virginia Bar Association, Vir- 
gnip State Bar, Virgiraa Trial 
Lawyers Association and tiie 
American Bar Association. 

In the past several yeers, he 
has been very active in the Heart 
Association. He has served as 
State Fund Raising (^wirman for 
Virginia, Orientation Ohainnan, 
and on the Virginia Heart Asso- 
ciation Executive Committee, (bi 



1963, Heatwole was elected vice 
presid^t of the Virginia Heart 
Associatk>n and is curreotiy sen- 
iitg as president-dect of ttiat or- 
ganization. 




WALLACE IR. JIEATWOLE 



Clean Up Continues 

SEATACK — Mrs. Mary Mayt- 
bin, chairman of the Neighbor- 
hoods Improvement Camftpaign be- 
ing siponsored by the Virginia 
&eft:h CduAci} on . Human Rela- 
tions, has anounced that a ht of 
improvem^t in the goieral ap- 
pearance at the neighborhoods 1ms 
been notked. 

She a:^ed that anyone needing 
assistance in the clearing aiway of 
debris to get in touch with her at 
GA 8-71M. 

The cleanup campaign will run 
through May 30 and will conclude 
with a cook-out at the Seatack 
Cmnmunity Center. Prizes and 
other expressions of appreciation 
for tile interest taken by indents 
will be awarded. , 



LEGAL NOTICE 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 




• LEGAL NOTICES 



FOR ONLY $4.60 PER MONTH YOU GET IMPORTANT 
HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL BENEFITS 



iDICARE 




if robWif*t^al di*t, d^e^eSf fi&U 
y inpatient services for 90 days per 

: PAY— first $40 of hospital charges 
—$10 per day, 61st— 90th day 

bes not cover care beyond 90th day 
oes not cover care outside U. S. 

ITAL DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES 
Hit for dtoqnostic X-ray and labora* 
during 20-day p«riod 

r RAY-rfUstt $20 of hospital charges] 
—20% of the Charges '' 

F HOSPITAL SERVICES 
oes not cover 



BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD 65 EXTENDED 



\.n. 



PAYS IN FULL first $40 of hospttal chaige^ 
$10 per day, 6rst-90th day 
Benefits shown trt right 
Benefits shown at right 



PLUS LIFETIME BENEFITS UP TO $10,000 



Payment will be made for 80% of reasonable charges 
for the following services to the extent not covered by 
Medicare. You must, however, assume responsibility for 
the first $100 of such charges during each calendar year. 



(> 



ERVICES 

^ days in qualified facility after mlriU 

l^ay (January 1, 1967) 

r PAY-$5 per day. 21st-100th. day 

IVICES 

^'per year by nurse or qualified per* 

im 3day hospital stay Ij 

HTAL CARE f 

)f 190 days In qualified facility 

tTITUTIONAL CARE 

n per "spell of illness" in qualified 



CES, OTHER MEDICAL SERVICES 
Bsonable charges for physicians' ser- 
mb health visits per year, diagnostic 
lium treatments, certain ambulance 
lipment rental, braces, artificial limbs, 



Q 



^PAYS IN FULL first $S0 of hospital charges 
20% of the charges 



>PAYS IN FULL, treatment of accidental Injury 

minor, surgery in outpatient facility 
emergency medical treatment 
therapy of all types including 
X-ray and radiation therapy 



> PAYS IN FULL $5 per day, 21st-100th day 



(^PAY-flrst $50 per calendar year 
—balance of charges 

PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES 

ing calendar year, or 50% of charges, 



Not covered 
Not covered 
Not covered 




+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 



V- 



4* 

+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 



HOSPITAL BENEFITS 
care beyond 90th day 
care anywhere in the world 
semi-private room and hoard 
special diet 

genera! nursing services' 
operating room services 

Cftviry room services 

les^etlss and their admlnistratitm 
Xray y 

diagnostic laboratory procedures J 
radiation therapy 

oxygen and its administration \ . 
drugs and medicines used in hospital 
dressings and casts used in hospital 
electrocardiograms 
electroencephalograms 
basal metabolism tests 



/• 



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Benefits shown at right 
Benefits shown at right 



Not covered 



6 



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+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 

+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 

+ 
+ 
+ 
+ 



MEDICAL BENEFITS 

physicians' office services 

physicians' home services 

physicians' hospital services 

services of qualified professional 

physical therapists 

rental of wheel chair -, 

rental of iron lung 

rental of other durable equipment 

professional ambulance service used 

locally 

orthopedic braces 

crutches 

prosthetic appliances 

casts 



Beach, on the 29th day of April, 
1966. 
RONALD JO^IPH HEITZMAN, 
Plainttff, 
against 
NANCY UEA HEirzatAN, 
Defemiant. 
Drdsr of tpuUfcatkm t 

The object of tMs suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
mcnii from the said deifendant, 
upon the grounds cf desertion last, 
ing for a period of more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State d 
Virginia, the last known post d- 
fice address being: Apartment 708, 
601 O'Farrell Street, San Francis- 
co, California; it is ordered tliat 
she do afpear here within ten (10) 
days after due pdblication hereof, 
and do what may bs necessary to 
protect her interest in tihis suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Theodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
105 Plaza Trail-North 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

f NOTICE / I 
Take notice that on May 19, 
li66, at 10:00 a.m. at Holt Bulck, 
Inc., 4950 ViiTginia Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, we shall 
exipose to. sale, one 1965 Buick 4437 
serial number 44375iH1128747, seized 
and repossessed from Patrick I. 
Wells, M6 12th St., Virgiraa Beadi, 
Virginia, by virtue of the breach 
of a certain Conditional Sales 
Contract, dated May 13, 1965. in 
pursuance of the Uniform Sales 
Act of Virginia. Tenns Cash. 
Holt Buick, Inc. 



Virginia Beach SUN, THURSDAYT MAY 5, 1966 

Page 5^8 

• LEGAL NOTICi; 



4 LEGAL NOTICE 



21it & Pacific 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



S-S^U 



NOTICE 
Virginia: , 

The regulai meeting of the 
Council of the \ ty of Virginia 
Beach will be heW in the Circuit 
Court on Monday, May 9, 1966 at 
2 o'clock P. M. at which time per- 
sons will be heard for and against 
the following proposed changes of 
zoning, use permits, etc.: 

1. Application of EmRae Ford, 
Inc., for a Use Permit to operate 
a gasoline supply station on cer- 
tain property located at the South- 
-west intersection of Nortliampton 
Boulevard and Pleasure House 
Road, on certain property front- 
ing lffi.20 feet on the South side 
of Northampton Boulevard, front- 
ing 230 feet on the West side of 
Pleasure House Road, a distance 
of 160 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line, a com- 
bined distance of 735 feet more or 
less along the Western property 
line. Bayside Borough. 

n. Application of Colonial Out- 
door Advertising Crap for a Use 
Permit to erect a 16^oot by 46- 
foot billboard on certain property 
fronting 10.03 feet on the North 
side of Northampton Boulevard 
beginning at a point 171.40 feet 
East of Burton Station Road, a 
depth of 140 feet along the Eastern 
and Western property lines, a wid- 
th of 10.03 feet dong the Northern 
pr(^rty line. This location to re- 
place previously approved location 
213 fedt nnore or less East of 
above described locatk>n. Bayside 



DRIVEfiS WANTED 

Full or Part Time— Equal Empldyment 

College Students Excepted, Must Be 21 Years 
of Age 



APPLY IN PERSON 



Beach Taxi Corporation 

516 Virginia Beach Blvd. 



Borough. 

II. Application of M. M. Gun- 
ter and Sons by Thwnas Broylee, 
Attorney, for a change of zoning 
from Limited Commercial District 
2 (C-L 2) to General Industrial 
EHstrict 1 (M4 1) of certain pro- 
perty fronting 190 feet on the 
Norih side of BayskJe Road, be- 
ginning at a point 387.06 feet West 
of Diamond Springs Road, a depth 
of 490 feet more or less along the 
Eastern pr(^rty line, a distance 
of 180 feet more or less along the 
Northern jwoperty line, a distance 
of 424 feet nnore or less along the 
Western property line. Containing 

2 acres. Bayside Borough. 

IV. Application of E. V. Wil- 
liams Co., Inc., for a change of 
zoning from Residence Subuihar 
District 4 (R-S 4) to General In- 
dustrial District 3 (M-1 3) of cer 
tain property fronting 571 90 le^ 
on the North skte of the Norfolk 
and Southern Raih-oad Ri^t of 
Way, beginning at a point 3200 
feet more or less East (rf Princess 
Anne Road, a depth of 470 feet 
along the Eastern property line, a 
width of 620 feet more or less 
along the Northern property line, 
a depth of 580 feet more or less 
atong the Western property jine. 
Said parcel located on the East 
side of property of Virginia Elec- 
tric and Power Company. 

V. AppUcation <rf Colonial Out 
door Advertising Corporation foi 
a Use Permit to construct a 12-fooi 
by 2S-foot WIBwsffd on certain 
property frwiting 25 feet on the 
East side <rf GrenfaJl Avenu^ (un- 
improved) beginning at a point 25 
feet South of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Grenfrfl Avenue locat- 
ed 260 feet more or less East of 
Dorset Avenue, a distance of 125 
feet alOTg the Northern and South- 
em property lines, a width of 25 
feet along the Eastern property 
line. (Bayside Borou^). 

VI. Application of Bonita Cor- 
pwation for a change of zoning 
from Residence Suburban District 

3 (R-S 3) to MultiplefTamily Resi- 
dence District (R-M) and a Use 
Permit to construct 540 apartment 
units. Said prc^rty bordered on 
the West by property (ikw or for- 
meriy) Hunt, bordered on the 
North by property (no«w or for- 
merly) Page Herbert, Monroe C 
Herbert, and Edward H. Herbert, 
Jr., bordered on the East by pro- 
p«iy (now or formo-ly) Jesse 



(Continued On Page 03) 



CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD SUB- 

\v you to complete ihis application 
D.-lf you are 65 or over, you will 
nation regarding your VHSA and 
k and Blue Shield coverage in the 
u work. If you do not receive such 
1 30 days, you should contact your 
and Blue Shield office^ or your 



Iter. 



EXCLUSIONS 

This program does not include: twnefits provided 
by or available under Medicare Part A and Part B; 
services or supplies provided by or available 
under any plan or program providing benefits or 
services for hospital or physicians' care or treat- 
ment; benefits provided under Federal, State, or 
local laws, including Workmen's Compensation, 
or by virtue of employment; dental care, unless 
made necessary by accidental bodily injury oc- 
curring while subscriber is enrolled; eye glasses 
and hearing aids; travel; private room charge 
above most prevalent semi-private room rate; 
care for nervous, mental, or tubercular condi- 
tions; blood; prescription drugs, except those ad- 
ministered while a hospital or extended care fa- 
cility inpatient; private duty nursing; and sur- 
geiy foi' osmetic purposes. 



4 



WAITINQ PERIOD 

Benefits for pre-existing conditions and elective 
surgery are available only after your Blue Cross 
and Blue Shield 65 Extended Contract has been 
in effect for six months. However, this waiting 
period will be waived if you were enrolled in 
Blue Cross or Blue Shield immediately prior to 
the effective date of your 65 Extended Contract. 



SPELL OF ILLNESS 

A "spell of illness" begins on the first day you 
receive covered services as a patient in a hos- 
pital or extended care facility. It ends after you 
have been out of a hospital or extended care 
facility for 60 consecutive days. You may be dis- 
charged and readmitted several times during a 
spell of Illness, but a new spell of Illness cannot 
begin until you have been out of a hospital or 
extended care facility for 60 consecutive days. 




ILUE CROSS -• BLUE SHIELD 

OB Virgtaia Bead Btaievari mm 



NmUk,Vkf^nm 



SANDLER'S PLATFORM SALES 



open 8 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Monday thru Saturday 





The Very Best In Seafood 


• Ubster Tail 


• Shrimp • Crab • Fish 


• Oysters 


• Dressed Fish Of All Kinds 


Complete Lin« 


) of Frozen-Prepared Convenience Foods 



SANDLER Foods 

DIAMOND SPRINGS • VIR6INU BEACH 

One Of The South's Largest Dealers In Quality Seafoods 



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I^Wi B«8d|- Slfi THUR^AY, MAY 5, 1966 
4 • UdM. NOTICES 



• LEGAL NOnCB 



Si Brara. and iwd««d m Ae South 
ihf ivopHly (BOW w fonneriy) E. 
^V. iraUams mi LakeviUe Es^tes, 
IlllSecAioo ik Md S^tkm 3. Cootaiis 

3S4 term. MiAs mre available in 
Office of the nanoing Commis- 
atm, Kenqisvflle Borou^. 
--~ VH. Applicatioo of G A D Rec- 
^reation Oentor for a Use Pennit 
M to^^lierale a recreaU<Hi facility 
if featuring modd car racii^ mi cer- 
l tain prapaty k>cat^ at Uie North- 
T east iMersection cH Bonney Road 
and Prracess Anne Road, fronting 
*• 87.86 fee* on the Eiast side ci Bon- 
14 n^ Road, frothing 125.78 fe^ on 
' ■■ the North ade <rf Princess Anne 
« Road, a distance of 188.2 feet 
jl^ ak»^ the Eastern property line, 
^ a di^Mce of 220 feet mm-e or le^ 
aloi^ the N(Hthai> property line. 

Jfteopsville Borou^. 
ViH. Application of Virginia 
•^ Electric and Power Company for 
mk a l^ Pennk to con^ruct a trans- 
iaj missioo Une (said Use Permit to 
a^ ej^ire ten years from date of ^ 
m prova!) on the old N<Hiolk and 
m.' Southern Raibx)ad Right of Way 
. from EucHd to its intersection 



Wt 



with PriMess Anne Road. More 
dialled iitformation m the Office 



of tb&.C|ty Planning Commission. 




^' apartment tnits on ceralin ' pro- 
*** perty f rtmtig 18S feet on the North 
•^ side of Americus Avenue begin- 

^ ning at a poiitt 540 feet more or 
^g^ lea West of Birdneck Circle, a 
f^ 6ef»h d 200 feet more or less 
oM afeng the Ei^em propoty line, a 
^ width of 230 feet more or less 
^ dang the Northern prc^rty line, 
ri^ a depth of 217.40 feet along the 
^^ We^m property kae. Lynnhaven 
Borou^. 

T X. Abdication of Benjamin B. 

^ Burrou^ for a change of zMiing 

from Residace iMfiiex. District 2 

H (R-D 2> to Generid Industrial Dis- 
Din trict 1 (M-l 1) <rf certain property 
ma fronting 1275 feet <m the North 
stiH ade of Potters Road, b^inning at 
Ihei a point 565 feet more or less Wet 
thai of First Coloniai Road, a distance 
wou of 483 feet more or less aloi^ the 
Western property Une. A dirtance 

M of 197 feet more or less a!oi^ the 
""" fiorthem property line (N<MPfolk 
«o« did Southern Railroad Right ot 
**^ Way), a combined di^ance of 645 
be feet more or less along the East- 
»» ' em i»:<^rty line. Lynnhaven Bor- 

li ough. 
j^ XI. AppKcatioo of Richard H. 
t,^^ Kline for a chai^ of wning from 
H^ Limited Commercial Wstrict 1 (C- 
jl^ L 1) to GenerM Commercial Dis- 



(iie 



trict 1 (C-G 1) and a Use Pennit 



to operate a new and used car 

■ deakrdiip on certain property 
fronting 354.4 feet on the South 
side (rf Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
b^inning at a point 525 feet more 
or less East (rf Foundry Lane, a 
distance of 844.03 feet along the 
Western propaty line, a distance 
of 609 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line, a distance 
(rf 542.41 feet aiong the Eastern 
property line. Containing 

P acres. Lyiinhav«i Borough. 
i XII. Apjication <rf Lillie L. Rob- 

■ erts f«" a Use Permit to operate 
f an automobile garage on certain 
I property fronting 300 feet on the 
p North side of Virginia Beach 
k Boulevard beginning at a point 

1074 feet more or less West of 
Binhiedc Road, a depth of 350 
feet akmg the Eastern propert^y 
line, a width (rf 300 feci along the 



Nedc Road and Rose Hall Drive, 
said property fronting 328 fee* 
more or less on the West side of 
Great Neck Road fronting 790 feet 
on the South side (rf Rose Hall 
Drive, a distance of 300 feet along 
tiie Western property line, a dis- 
tance of 666 fe^ along the Scwth- 
ern property line. Lynnhaven Bor- 
ou^. 

XVI. Application of Mary F. 
White, by H. L. Lam, Attorney, 
for a change of zoning from Agri- 
cultural District <A-R) to General 
Consnercial Di^rict 3 <C-G 3) 
of certain property fronting 191.20 
feet on the East side of South 
Lynnhaven Road, a distance of 
364.37 feet along the Northern pro- 
perty line (London Bridge Creek), 
a distance of 296 feet along the 
Eastern property line, a distance 
of M7.96 feet al(Mig the Southern 
property |line. Containing 2.041 
acres. Lynrfiaven Borough. 

XVII. Api^ication of Participat- 
ing Sports, Inc., by Hiomas 
Broyles, Att(M'ney, for a change 
of z(Miing from Limited Commer- 
cial District 1 (C-L 1) to General 
Commercial District 1 (C-G 1) 
and a Use Permit to operate a 
gasoline su|^y station on said 
property fronting 260 feet on the 
East side of South Lynnhaven 
Road (relocated), beginning at a 
point 300 feet North of (kix's 
Bridge, a distance of 210 feet 
al(Mig the Northern property line, a 
distance of 50 feet along the East- 
ern property line, a distance of 
160 feet along the Southern pro- 
perty line. Said property located 
North of Cox's Bridge and front- 
ing on South Lynnhaven Road, 
(relocated) which is just East of 
the existing South Lyni^v^ 
Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

XVin. ApplicaticMi of Howard D. 
Kahn by (>wen and Guy, Attor- 
neys, for a change of z(ming from 
Agricultural Unrestricted District 
(A-U) to Lamited (Commercial Dis- 
trict 1 (C-L 1) of certain prop«-ty 
located at the Southeast intersec- 
tion of North Landing Road and 
West Neck Road. Said property 
fronting 389 feet on the South side 
of North Landing Road, fronting 
m feet on the East side of West 
Neck Road, a c(mbined distance 
of 855 feet along the Eastern pro- 
perty line. Said parcel being trian- 
,;|ular in shape. Princess Anne Bor- 
ough. , 

XIX. Application of Mayberry, 
Inc. by James, Ckmaodvo, Pickett 
k Campbell. Attorneys, i(xr a 
change of *)ning from Residence 
Subuiban District 1 (R* 1) and 
Agricultural Unrestri*^ District 
(A-U) to Multiple Family Resi- 
daice Di^ict 'R-M) <rf CM-tain 
property fronting 2250 feet more 
or less (Ml the South side (rf Leroy 
Drive, fronting 820 feet more or 
less on the West side of Seaboard 
Road, a combired distance of 7600 
feet along the Eastern property 
line, a confined distance of 5700 
feet more or less along the West- 
ern pn^rty line and the remaind- 
er (rf the Northern property line. 
7.B ; Containing 200 acres more or less. 
More detailed information in the 
office of the City Planning Com- 
mission. Princess Anne Borough. 
XX. Application of -Donoval 
Saoderlin for a change of zoning 
from General Business District 
(B-2> to Motd-Hotel District (M- 
H) and a Use Permit to construct 
a 16 unit motel on, certain pro- 
perty fronting 125 feet on the 
North side of 17th Street begin- 



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lake 

STRONG 
COMMUNITIES 



BAPTIST 



CHRISTIAN 



C<»IMUN1TY 



JEWISH 



I 



BETHEL MBTHODIST CHCROH 

PriiK>e«a Anne 
Roy 'K. JwkHon, Pastor 



TABEBNACLB MBTBODIST CHCBCH 

Princes* Anne. Virfinla 
Robert H. Garner. MlnUter 



AR.%(i0NA B.*PTI8T <Hi:K<H 

Now MMtiriir In ijmiM- Luxford 
Elfn»-iil<iry S< liool 
N. C. Clifton, FMUit 



BAVHinK BAPTIST CHr.ROH 

14K(I J'leadiiM- HoiiHC tttt 
JanicH v. DeFoe. PaBttW 



BAVHIDK CHRIHTIAS CHIIU'H 

(Comfrfttalioiial) 
Shore Drive an<l Gret-nweU Road 

Karl L. Farrell. Minmler 

DPA.MOM> HPRIK<18 <HRIHTIAN 

C'BVRCH 

DiwiplMi of Christ . 

67(10 W. Huden Ruad 

G. IJavid Shreeve*. Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN COl.ONV INITKU 
CHl'RCH 

( Contrn'ifMioiiMl Chriatian) 

Great Xe<k Rd. ni«ar Shore Drive 

The Rev. Tho. H. Britton 



TKMPLK K,MANtAL 

25Ui mid BaJliv, Va. llflach 
J'liilip PincUH. KaWH 



CHARITY METHODIST CHVRCH 

Barjk Bay, Virflnia 
' Vealiti E. Onue, MiniBler 



THALIA METkODIST CHURCH 

Pine Ave. and Va. Beac-h Blvd. 
Wllliani L. Asher. Paalor 



OCEAN PARK COM.Mt^'ITY 
CHURCH 

DiiPont Cirrfe. Bayiiide. Va. 
Paul E. MiCunouifh. Th.M. 



LUTHERAN 



COMMI'Nirv METH(»niHT CHURCH 

Acrexliile — KerapsviUe 
Rev. Jolin L. Kibler, Jr. 



HALRM MKTHOI>I»T CHl'RCH 

I»riiu-eH8 Aniic. Virifinia 
Emory S. EUmore, Minintor 



BKACHLAWN BAPTIST CHlBCH 

Hth and Med. Avenue 
Gt^rire Wollelt. Jr., Minister 



BIBLE BAPTIST CHrRCH 

Greert'well Ril. and Lal<eview Dr.. 

Bayoide. Va. 

Rev. David Moore. Pastor 



BL'BL'RBAX CHRISTIAN CHIRCH 

111 Loboiiirh Avenue 
Rev. J. Frederirk Parker 



CHURCH OF CHRIST 



VIRGINIA BEACH COMMCNITT 
CHAPEL 

Laakin Hd.. Linkhom Bay- 
Rev, Richard Woodward, Pastor 



EPIKOPAL 



EMAM'AL LUTHERAN CHIRCH 

Xaynn Shore Drive at Vincinia Beach 
' Kenneth A. Price. Pastor 



FOINUKY METHOOIBT CHURCH 

Va. Heai-li Blvd., Lyiinliuven 
WiBiam H. Acosta, Minister 



EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 
OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rev. Di<kHon W. Taylor 



FRANVIg ASBURV METHODIST 
CHIRCH 

Great Net^k Road 
LeRoy Davis, Minister 



BI^CKWATER IiAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. Ralph L. Horn 



CHU-RCH OF CHRIST 

,1480 Va. Bea'-h Blvd. Oceana 
Roy N. Wilnon. Minister 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPFX 

B. Sidney Sanders, Rector 



OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
Kenneth R. Carbauirh, PaBtor 



HA^GOOD MEMORIAL MBTH0D1BT 
CHURCH 

471,3 Hayirood Road 
Robert F. Bryan, Pastor 



VIRGINIA BEACH METHODIST 
CHURCH 

807 18th street 
Rev. Beverly F^Hy 

PENTECOSTAL 



PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

16th St. and Baltic Ave, 
--- El*ood Kern, Pastor 



CARROW BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. Gary B. Thompson 



KALA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

CreedH. Virginia Beach, Virginia 
W. T. Weaver. Minister 



EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

2,'1,'i Bowman Road 
Rev. Leonard R. Orafes. Jr. 



CORNERSTONE BAPTIST 

(Conservative Ba«)tist) 
Rev. Parker Youns 
220 Red Tide Road 



OCEANA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1400 Virtrinia Beach Blvd. 
Roy Wilson. P^tor 



GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th and Pacific 
The Rev. Edmund Berktley, Rector 



FAITH BAPTIST CHTRCH 

6818 Va. Beaxh Blvd.. Norfolk 
Fred M. Farlss. Pastor 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

419 Glenrook Road, Norfolk 
Rev. Charles T. Hendrioks 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

.'ISth St. at Holly Rd. 
H. Wadell Waters. Pastor 



FIRST COLONIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

Geonce T. Stallinirs, Paetor 



FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oceana Boulevard 
T. J, Tngle. Pastor 



PEMBROKE MANOR UNITED 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

(Congregational Christian) 

Meetings in Pembroke Manor 

Elementary School 

Rev. Carl T. Daye 



CHURCH OF GOD 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Virginia Beach Boulevard 

I',a8l Lane — CK^eana 

Rei . Samuel D. Bleler, Jr. 

CHURCH OF GOD 

020 14th Street 

Bobby B. Sams, Pastor 



OLD DONATION EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

448 Witch Duck Road. Bayside 



ST. AIDEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

King's Grant Rd. and Edinburg Drive 
Rev. L. J. Taylor, Jr., Vicar 



PRINCE OF PRACE LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 King's Grant Road 

Rev. J. Elmer Medley. Pastor 



NAZARENE 



OCEANA CAURCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

S. Court House Bd.. Ooeana 
Paul R. Aldrlch. Pastor 



KN0TT8 ISLAND METHODIST 
CHURCH 

KnoUs Island, N. C. 
Robert C. Bliwk, Minister 



PRESBTTERIAN 



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6560 Vlrrinla Beadi Blvd. 
IV. C. Katon Gray 



600 \ 

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BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Near Bobbins Corner 
Bey. 3. E. Johnson, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN METHODIST CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
Bev. Oscar V. Rodriruez 



BOW CREEK PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Rosemont Road and Plaza Trail 
Wentz J. Miller, Minister 



NIMMO METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Emory S. EUmore, Minister 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

First St„ Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. Crowell Cooley, Pastor 



ST, 



FRANCIS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

50!) Rowtiioiit Road 
The Rev. Clayton K. Critft'cr, Vicar 



FRIENDS 



FRIENDS MEETING 

(Quaker) 
Laskin Road 



METHODIST 



PLAZA METHODIST CffURCH 

'ZDH Plaza Trail 
Hcfbert G. Hobbs, Pastor 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

1200 Anurona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudley. MiniHiir 



BAVLAKE METHODIST (HI R<'H 

Shore Dr. at Treasure Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Raymond E. Musser, Minister 



SCOTT MEMOKI.^L METHODIST 
CHURCH 

409 First Colonial Road 
Rev, H. Wark Curry. Pastor 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CIIUHCH 

Pacific Ave. at Iltilh St. 
John S. Lylcs, Pastor 



BEIM'V GROVE METHODLST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
tUa B. Jackson. Pustur 



ST, 



MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oceana 
Bev. D, P. Felton. Pastor 



KEMFSVILLE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

620 Kenipsville Ro.id 
J. L. Coppoik. Pastor 



KEMFSVILLE BAPTISf CHURCH 

7720 Princess Anne Bd. 
Charles H. Jones, Pastor 



KINO'S GRANT BAPTIST CHAPEL 

Meeting In Kingston Elementary School 
W. Glenn Tallant, Pastor 



MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

L. Warren Chase. Pastor 




KINGS GRANT PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

(N'qw meeting in the King's Grant Ele- 
mentary S<hool) 

Raymond C. Flitlon, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Villaire 
Rev. Marion R. Webb. Jr. 



OAK GROVE BAP'nST CHURCH 

Back Bay. Virginia 
Alvln St. Clair. Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 O'eana Blvd. 
T. J. Tingle, Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA BAP'nST 
CHURCH 

245 Rosemont Road 
Rev. Melvin Hughes, Pastor 



ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Bev. Bruce B. Perkins, Pastor 



LONDON BRIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Bridge, Virginia 
G, Edward Hughes, Pastor 



TH.ALIA LYNN BAPTIST CHURCH 

Va. Be*ch Blvd. adjoininc Princets 
High School ^ 

Rev. Robert N. Wallace 



BRETHREN 



GRACE BRETHREN CHURCH 

Great Neck at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrinrton, Pastor 



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*'And they Ufted up thdr voices, and said, Jesus, Master, have mercy on us." 

-—John 17:13 

The quality of mercy b 
shown clearly through the life 
of Christ upon earth. 

And yet some of us do not 
clearly understand the meaning 
of the word. We think of mercy, 
perhaps, as something to be 
received from the hands of a 
master, a king, or a victor in 
battle. We do not realize that 
we, too, can evidience the qual- 
ity of mercy in our daily fives. 

Look to your dictionary, 
Kate yourself on such thingg* 
as forebearance; compasaon; 
■willingness to forgive and be 
kind; leniency. 

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John B. Dey Elcm. School 
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14th St. and Arctic Circle 
Rev. Francis V. Uambrick 



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7'271 Virginia Bea*!! Blvd. 
Kev. Flavian Yelinko. O.S.B. ^Ji 
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044 Little Neik iRoail 
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3eo fe^ atej the Western pro- Pf >« ■'^''^^•J depth of 140 feet 

perty line. Lynnhaven Bomigh". ^1«"? j^e Eastern and \A^teni 

XIU. Application of Harrv Rich- P^^l ^'^^'J ^'^th of ^ feet 

mood l^ See Realty for a"dian?e along the Northern pr^rty hne. 

of zoning from Aericultural Dis- Virginia Beach Borough. 



trict (A-R) to Residence Siixir- 

ban District 3 <R-S 3' and a Use 

1 Pennit to operate a sewage treat- 



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City Oerk. 
By; Jeanrtte S. Jones, 

Deputy City Clerk 



4-28. 2t 



I m«it plant on certain fH-operty 

J fronting 241 feet more w less on 

f. the West side of London Bridge 

p Road, beginning ^ a point 450 COMMO.NWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 
- • ., .L _, „-_u jjj jj^p Clerk's Offk-e of the Cir- 

cuit C(Hirt of the City of Virginia 
B^ch, on the 19th day of April, 
1966 
D.\RLENE FUSSELL, Plaintiff. 

against 
WILLLWl ROY FUSSELL, De- 
fendant. 

Order of PnUicatioii 
Tlie object of this siit is to ob- 



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^ giiming at a point I'M feet more tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
" or less We^ of Lwidon Bridge monii fran the said defendant, 
5 Road (HI Site 37 as proposed on the upon the grounds of 2 years con- I 
HPrelkninary Lasrout dated Febru- tinuous separation (. Amended Bill 
|?ary, 1986. More detaHed iirfwma- j of Con^Iaii^it). **-'<f 

n tiao in the office rf the City j And an affidavit having been ' 
SPteaiiV Commsskm. Lynnhaven i made and filed that the defendant i 

BflfW* ^ \ *s a nai-reskient rf Uie State rf ' 

—^ jg^, j^^caSdaa rf F. Wayne i Vii^inia. the last known p<^ o^ j 

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vard hfinwiwe at a pdwt 250 feet do what may be neceKar\' to pn*. 

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LEGAL NOTICES 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



In lilt CSiM CMoB df tte Cl^ 
cuit Caurt U tks Gtr gI ^rgln 
Beach, ca t^ »& J^ of Awfl 

1933. 
PIlLfip J. BRiSNiAaAN. 

MARY LOU BRESN^yUN, 
D^ecdtnt. 
Qr<Lr ^ 1>Bbiiciithni , 

Itie objea <^ tills suit is U) ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et tharo 
to be in due time merged into a 
divorce a vinci^ matrimonii from 
the said ddendajrt upon the 
grounds of desertion, 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resid«it of the State of 
Virginia, the last knawn post of- 
fice address being: Route 1, Box 
153, Menominee. Michigan, it is 
ordered that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof,, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

And an affidavit having been 

A copy— Teste: 
—JOHN V. FENTRESS, aerk, 



By: J. Curtis Fruit, D-C. 
Lewis, Sacks & DeLaura, p.q. 
Plaza One 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4-28^ 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 25th day of April. 
1966. 

WILLIAM STANLEY HOiRJffiiR, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

VmGINiIA LOUISE IKXRNER, 

, Defendant. 

Prdn- ifrf IPublicatioii 

The object of this suit is to (A- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of two-ye^ sep- 
aration. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 3924 Elmerton 
Avenue, c/o Helen Smith, Harris- 
burg, Pennsylvania, it. is ordered 
that she do appear here within 
ten (10) days ajfter due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what may b» 
necessary to protect her interesj 
in this suit. 

A copy— Teste; , 

JOHN V. FENTRE^. Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Caton & Wright, p.q. 
Edward T. Caton HI 
2506 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia ^ich, Virginia 

^'' 4-afr4t 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

C. Roger Malbon proiposes to 
move one three bedroom dwelling 
from 4714 Indian River Road. Vir- 
{^inia Beach, Va. to 100 Uock of 
Air Station Drive, Virginia Beach, 
Va. and two 2 bedroom dwellings 
from 4710 and 4718 Indian River 
Road. Virginia Beach, Va. to 
I^ndstown Road, Kerapsville Bor. 
ough, Virginia Beach, Va. Public 
hearing to be before City Council 
on May 9th, 1966 at 2:00 p.m.. City 
Hall, Virginia Beadi, Va. 

«8-2t 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 19th day of April, 
1966. ^ 

MALVENE HUGHES KELLAM, 
Plaintiff, • 
lagainst 

CHARLES EDWARD KELLAM, 
JR.. Defendant. 

Order of Publication ' 

Tiie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendaiA, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 2755 Sunny 
Area Drive, North Jacksonville, 
Florida, it is ordered that he do 
appear h^-e within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what njay be nec&<<sary to pro- 
tect his itHerest in this suit. 

A (^y— Teste: 

JOm V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Hilary H. Jones, Jr. 
1008 Oburch Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4-28-4t 

Oimmonweelth of Virginia 

In the iCkrk's Office nf tbe Clr- 
ruit Cm^i of ^ City of Virginia 
Brach, oa Ike ^h riay pf ApHl. 

l:i«6. 
BERNARD F. AUSTIN, 
Plaintiff, 
against 
CAROL'V'TC .ANNE AUSTIN, 
Dciendant. 
iprdw Of iPuUlcayoii 
Tlie object of this suit is U) ob- 
tain an annubtient. ^wn the 
groiind| that said marriage was 
void by st^te when contracted- 
And an aOcMvit having be«i made 
and filed ^M the defendant is a 
nonreida* of the Slate d Vir- 
ginia, ttie last known post c^ce 
addrcs* being: 1715 Houghton 
fMi, Cbarlectoa. Soutii Cvoboa. 



» it ordered Out Ae,^ appeaf 

here wiiiiin \m (19) \iays after 

diw puUic^on hereof, and do 

wfe^ may be acoemary to protect 

ba interest in this suit. 
A oq^— Teste: 

4QWi V. FE^TTKEgs. Olerk 
By: Mary M. \Wjke, D. C. 

Wllicox. Savage. Lawrence, 

Dkluoo & S^adk 

3115 Pacific Avenue , 

Virgtaia Beach, Virginia 

4-28-tt 

COMMONWEALtH OF VHUSINU 

In the Caerk's Wfjce of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 7th day of April, 
1966. 

RiIOHARD DOUGLAS HARRELL, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
HAZEL E. HARRELL, Defendant. 
Order d publication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matrimo- 
nii from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendart 
is a non-resident of the State (rf 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: Route 1, Jef- 
fersonlown. Kentucky. That due 
diligence has been used by and 
on behalf of the cMnplainaot to 
ascertain in which county or cor- 
poration the defendant is without 
effect, it is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due piiblication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FES'JtRESS. Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
L. Charles Burlage 
Glenn B. McClanan, p.q. 
Plaza One 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4-14-4t 



LEGAL NOTICES (Virginia Beach SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1966 



And _an affidavit having been 
and which does still continue. 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
otfice aldress being: c/o Phillip 
Elwanger. Route 3. Corydon, In- 
diana, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here<rf. and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her intere^ m this suit. 

A copy— Te^: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. DC. 
Bashara & Htdibard. p.q. 
Board of Trade Buildiag 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4H21-4t 



Aige 7-B 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In tl» Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 8th day of April, 
1966. 

JOSHUA QUINCY BROWN, 
Plaintiff, 
agamst 
MALINDA ELIZABETH BROWN, 
Defendant. 

Order of iPublication \ 

TTje object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of sparation for 
more than a period of two (2) 
year^ without resumption of co- 
babitatH>n. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 549 Carlton 
.Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, it 
is ordered that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit; DC. 
Fred W. Richter, p.q. 
Law Building 
Norfolk. Virginia 

414-41 



CC^IMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 18th day of April, 
1966. 

NAOMI S. BARHAM, Plaintiff, 
against 

WILLIAM S. BARHAM, Defend- 
ant. 

Order «{ iMbtteetiaa 

The object of this sijlt is to ob- 
tain a divorcd a vinculo matrimo- 
nii from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an alBdavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 2707 Moun- 
tain Air Drive, Roanoke, Virginia, 
it is ordered that he do appear 
here within tan (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRE^, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Brydges & Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

4-214t 



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COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 18th day of April, 
1966. 

JACK E. GARKETT, Plaintiff, 
against 

JOYCE ARLENE GARRErr, 
Defendant. 

Order of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a (ttvorce a vinculo matrimo- 
nii frojn the said defendant, upon 
the grounds that the parties have 
lived separate and apart, without 
interruption and without cohabita. 
tkn for more than two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 231 - 2nd 
Street, LaSaHe. Illinois, it is or-, 
dcred that she do appear here 
within ten (10> days after due pdb- 
lication hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect her inter- 
est in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOWI V. FENTRESS, Clerk- 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. DC. 
Bashara & HiMard, p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4«-4t 

CORmONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
ciMt Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 18th day of April, 
1966. 
BONNIE J. ELWANGER. 
Plaintiff, 
against 
ERNEST D. ELWANGE21, 
Deteidant. , 

(htler 4^ PubUcatioo 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a dlvu'ce a vincub matrimo- 
nii fram the said defendant, t^n 
the grounds of desertion and abaa- 
donmert on the part of the defend- 
ant as of December 28( 1964. whidl 
said desertion and abamkxuneM 
has be&i coitinuous and uninUr* 
ni^. nd wHboitf oehAtatMn. 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIROfiviA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 18th day of April, 
1966. 

JANE RAINEY RODGERS, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

PATRICK ALOYSIUS RODG- 
ERS, Defendant 
Order hi iPublication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matrimo- 
nii from the Mid defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
^made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 8 Parkside 
PL. Portsm^'.Hh, Virginia, and 
that due dilig«ice has been used 
by and on behalf of the complain- 
ant to ascertain in which county 
or corporation the defendant is 
without effect, it is ordered that 
he do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 

A copy— Tes^e: 

JOHN V. FEKTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Kellam and Kellam, p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
Nor*olk, Virginia 

4^1-4t 



NOTICE! 

Contractors & Home Builders — 

Let us hdp you with that new 

heme — additions — or repairs. 

We can furnish materials from 

basement to attic and aid you in 

financing. 

Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 

(1) 426-2661 

426-3750 

426-3937 

tfo 



1965 Singer, Monograms, button- 
holes, fancy stitches, etc. Take 
over balance $47.90. $1.25 a week. 
Call Credit Department. 853-7491. 

^244fn 



aft g^^iiBipwttenco Cwif s 



PIANO lessons given in my home 
or yours. Aragona Village. CaD 
497-6296. 3-17-tfn 



MERCHANDISE 

90 Articles For Sale 



Stainless steel, 3 door, StaKiJold 
connmercial refrigerator. Original 
cost $1200. Selling for $500. Call 
426-1S15. 4-14^n 



31 Building — Repairing 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Clourt of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the Uth day of April, 
1966. 
ABNER WESLEY WILLIE, 

Plaintiff, 
against 
SHIRiLEY ANN RIVES VIUAJE. 

Defendant. • 

Order of Publicaiion 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
Wm the grounds of continuous 
separation withoit any cohabita- 
tion and with interruption for two 
(2) years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a nonresid^ of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address beiog: New Jersey, it 
Is ordered that ^ do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication herec^, and do what 
may be necess^-y to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
. A copy— Testf: 

JOHN V. FEmEESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White. D.C. 
Cromwell and L^on, p.q. 
p. 0. a)x 5211-Robbins Comer 
Virgmia Beach, Virginia 
4-14-4t 



NOnCE! 

Contractors & Home BuildCTS— 

Let us help you with that new 

home — additions — or repairs. 

We can furnish materials from 

basement to attic and akl you in 

financuig. 

Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 

(1) 426-2661 

426-3'/50 

426-3937 

to 

EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted— Fomile 

■UNLIMITED EARNINGS 

Sell Real Estate. Hsv*' openings 
for saleswomen at Virginia Beach 
Office, located next to Princess 
Aniie Plaza Shopping Center. Ex- 
tellent workii^ conditions and 
Equal Duty Time. Many fringe 
benefits such as Hospitalization, 
Group Insurance, Incentive Bonus 
Plan. Elxiperience not necessary. 
We will train you. All interviews 
confidential. Call J. F. Peters, 
340-3232. 

Goodman-Segar-Hogan 
ResidentiBi Sales Cmcp. 



ALADDIN'S LAMP-ANTIQUES 
Many happy surprises including 
books. IWbbins Comer. P. P. 
Owen, Manager. 464*344. 5-54t^R 



DON'T merely brighten your car- 
pets . . . Blue Lustre them . . . 
elhninate rapkl resoiling. Roit 
electric ^lampooer $1. Bayside 
Hardware. 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nytons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-ei^ 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9616. 3-24^ 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



1 09 Aptf., Furn.— Unfurn. 

ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call 428*666 or 428- 
2724. 3-17-tfn 

nO~A|>ait^ent» UolMrn. 



Unfurnished £^rtmaits. 2 be^ 
rooms each. Oil heat, both newly 
painted throughout. Electric range 
and refrigerator Kunished. Year 
round rent. Must see to appre- 
ciate. Call 428-1940, 428-3113. 4-7-tfn 



BEAUTY CONSULTANTS 
BEAUTICL^VS 

COSMETICIANS 
MODELS 
"Youth Win Have It's Way" 
As a young and growing com- 
pany, we know this is true. We 
want to talk to ladies who have 
the desire and capacity to pave 
their way to high taicome and ad- 
vancement Q|>portuaities. To model 
and demonstrate a complete new 
concept in modern cosmetics with 
the finest line q{ presets. 
MORNING OOTFBES 
AFTERNOON TEAS 
EVEN!B«k GLAMOUR HOURS 
Free training in proven success 
techniques are just a part of our 
growth package. Excellent (^por- 
tunities for those with managerial 
etMy. Age over 21. 
Awards 

Bonuses 

Commissions 
CHOOSE YOUR OWN HOURS 
NO CANV.ASSING 
Call 428-1750 

M7-tfn 



APARTMENTS — F\uT!ished or 
unfumlibed. Yearly or seasonal 
Cooper Realty, 206 25th Street, 
428-133C. Niglits 428-6833. 

S-2-tfia 



LONDON BRIDGE— Duplex apart- 
ment. 2351 Wolf St. Stove and 
refr^erator. DeiHart. 3404591, 340- 
83M. 340^8 71. a-17-tfn 

111 Apartments Furnished 

FuraiBlied (Effipdeocy Apartatent 

Avail^le immediately throu^ No- 
vember. SuUet Mayflower Apart. 
ment. Call 428-M43 before 8:30 
a-m. 5-5-tfo 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 
INSTRUCTIONS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

Briitow HarJin, Director 

312 • 3Stli Street 

Virginia Beacli 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

ill Apaftwnts-Pur^mheit 

4 room apafiment. AH utilities 
furni^ed. $100 monthly year 
round. Call 428-2213. 5-5-lt 



RENTAL REAL ESTATt 



n? WmtwhTo Rent 



1 bedroom duplex. 700 15th Street. 
$70 year round rental. Call 428- 
8629 after 5 p.m. 5^2t 



LOW winter rales until June 1st, 
or yearly. Also morthly. Located 
in the heart of the beach, near 
ocean front. 428^13. 10-21-tfn 



Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooOis. Bk)ck 
from Bus Station. By wed^ or 

month. 

tfn 

Living room, bedroom, kitchen, 
bath. Convenient to shopping, 
churches, laundromat. Very 
reasonable yearly rental. Pacific 
Avenue. Phone owner 428-5016 
or 428-2143. 

7-29-tfn 



AJEWITMENTS — Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 428-1330. NigMs 428-6833. 

3-2-tfn 



112A-CQtta9(es for Rent: 
Furn. or Unfurn. 



Living-ro(Mn, two bedrooms and 
kitdien. p5 a month yearly lease. 
Available. Call 428«425. 3^1-tfn 



113A Houses, Furnished 
or Unfurnished 



1 bedroom ^ 2 bedroom $75-$l25. 
3 bedroom $85-$200. Anchpr Real- 
ty. 428-7421 anytime. 12-9-tfn 



1 1 5A Resort Property 
For Rent 



1215 Cypress, three bedtxxHns, two 
baths, beat, yearly lease. $110.00 
month. Call 428-7152. 4-21-tfii 



Near bases and beach. Small cot- 
tages furnished. No deposits. Cou- 
ple only. No pets. Call 3404329. 

4-7-tfn 

1 16. Business Pieces 
For Rent 

2240 Greatneck Road - Office for 
rent, includes utilities, telephone, 
air conditiOT, clerical services. 
$125.00 month. Call 464^521. 

4-21-tfn 



WIANTiD TO RENT: Snack bar 
or gift concession in botsl or motel. 
Call 428-7«3 or 428-5367. 

4-7-tfn 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



124 Houses For Sate 



Aragona and Pembroke residents. 
Let us help you with your hous- 
ing problems. Drop into our new 
cLifice next to the Flying A, Station 
at the corner of Virginia' Beach 
Boulevard and Aragona Boulevard 
or call 497-4854. Real Estate Bro- 
kers. 
RUNiNELLS & STOHL, WC. 

5-5-2t 



3 and 4 bedroOTti, 2 bath, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.I., 
F.H.A. financing available. Call 
Anchor Realty anytime. 428-7421. 
Member of MLS and NLS. 12-9-tfn 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 
BUSINESS SERVICES 

Ask Your Eye Physician 
About 

TRAYLOR'S 

GUILD OPTICIAN 
Serving Virginia Beach 

1369 Laticin Rd., Va. Beach 

Bernard H. McNamara, Mgr. 

GArden 8-4020 



OFFICE — London Bridge, 317C 
Great Neck Road. Two rooms with 
heat included. $50 per moi^. Mr. 
DeHart-S40^91. 12'9-tfn 



3707 Virginia Beach Boulveard. 
Office and retail stwe space avail- 
able. Brand new, beauUM, two 
story elevated building. Ideally lo- 
cated between Pembroke Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By- 
ler Realty, 340^061 or 340-3805. 

12-9-tfn 



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Repairs 

Comimircial 

HoucehoU 
RefrigeraHtfi 

Laundromatt 
DeaWs lor WaatiwhoMa 
tkiu 



Electrical CoatrMtae 
W. C. JOHNSON 

322 • ITtli Street 

Virginia Beacli 

FLone GA 8-467 1 



real estate for sale 

124 House* f-or te^ 

LONDON BRIDGE - Gatewood 
Park, 2 duplex apartments, live in 
one skle; rent the other. FHA, VA 
or Conventional Loan. DeHart 
Cons., 34(^8311, 340^91, 3404971. 

3^tfn 



125 Lots For Sale 



BACK BAY - On Gum Bridge 
Road near Charity Church. 2'i 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$2,200; Phone 34(>«311, 340-4971, 
340«91. 3-31-tfn 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 
RENTAL REAL ESTATE 




What do you giw 
amadelephait? 

PLENTY of ROOM! 

... and that's what you'll 
find at the IncomiMrtbfe 
Regency at Hilltop t^rt- 
ments. No. . . not an ele- 

ghant, but plenty of room, 
oom to stretch out in . . . 
room to really live In . . . 
and not only that but 
there's plenty of rfom 
reserved for you at the 
private swim club . . . and 
recreation area. Why not 
drive out and see. 
Don't forget to brinf 
peanuts. 

Sm our dMeratoil medal 
•paitmtnt. 

OriM west on Virginia B«*ch 
Blvd., (Rt. 58) left at Lnkin 
Road overpatt, than l«f| at 
Raiancy Dr. (Look for tti« 
Ragancy sign.) 

PAY ONE BILL! 

Air conditioning and 
Utilitio* inclttdod. 

*T HILLTOP 

Opan dally, Sunday U 'tH 7 

42t-sais 

MeLaay Raatty Co., Inc. 
Agantc 340-1251 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto 
Aucfion Company 

ISiiiiiliil Vi 111, IK 11 ■ \|i|n .n^ir 
SpiM j.ill/ii'u l?i ItiiNini'^^ ,111(1 



I I, Mill!. It', lis. Ml lls- 
l.< I r-i..li-. ,( .1. ,;il 
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ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 Special Nieces 



GHOST WRITING SERVICE - 
^Jeeches, articlw, promotion, re- 
ports, etc. You kave the thoughts 
... I have the fOrds. Phone 340- 
1978 after 6 PM.. for details and 
prices. 4-28 tfn 



AUTOMOTIVE 



26 Mobile Hone* For Sale 



1969 Detroiter, § feet by 8 feet. 
t bedrooms. batl{ and combination 
kitchen and liviii| room. Call 488- 
47%. I^Kb 



EMPLOYA\ENT 

40 Help Wanted— Female 

Seamstress experienced in ladies 
^ady to wear. Call 340-1012 



3-24^n 



41 Help Wanted— Male 



CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
cepted. No experienc"! necessary. 
$8M125 we^y. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room rent. Safe- 
way Taxi, '3762 Stiore Drive. Vir- 
ginia Beach. 464-6262. 9-23-tfn 



42 H«lp WantMl 
Male or Femab 



MANPOWER. INC. 
UBGraVTLY NEEDS 



We have immediate a^gnneids, 
many adjaceit to Virginia Baadt 

NO FEE 
Time off botweu jobs when de- 
sired—work on these ten^XMrvy 
jobs when convmient to yna 
Phmte now for int^view and Job 
asslgnmrat, 827-3661. 

MiapewWi be 
733 Bouab Stnet. 



BUY. SELL 
BUILD - TRADE 

We are ready to help you obtain the house you 
and your family need and desire. 

GET THE ANSWERS TO PERSONAL QUESTIONS 

# U ooiy means sufficient? 

f What tl^vt my present home? 

# How aNPUt financing? 

# Wh«n ^ 1 mo^ in r 

DISCUSS THESE QUESTONS WITH OUR. 
COURTEOUS SALES RePRESENTATIVES 

GaN497.4Ml 

TtIunnells &Gtohl 

re/m c-st/\t& brgi^e-rs 

4920 VIRGINIA KACH lOULEVARD 

VIRGINIA REACH, VIRGINIA 23462 

Custom-built new homes and trade^ns in 

all sections of Virginia Beach 



JUDY ANDRASSY REALTY 

103S Lask^ Road Virginia Beach, Viiuinia 

Announce Opening 
"I4EW RENTAL DEPARTMENT" 

Designed To Satisfy Your Housing Neecfe. 

We Have Yearly Rentals 

Furnished & Unfurnished. 

Summer Rentals 

Weekly and Monthly. 

MARGO HELFRICH 

428-8800 — 428-7060 




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NOW YOU CAN RENT 



A NAME BRAND 



ICE MAKEI 

AND SAVE . . . 



The Newest In Ice Equipment Leased To You 
On A Plan To Meet Your Needs 

•, No Investment 

• Guaranteed Service & Supply Of Ice 

• Option To Buy With Credit For Payn^pnts 

* 100'( Business Expense Deduc^^ 

For Tax Purposo 

CALL TODAY FOR 

COMPLETE INFORMATION 

428-4671 

JOHNSONS RENTAL m^ 

327 Virginia Beach Bhfd. 



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Servicemen In The News 



&ic L. 
WBfM. USN, ipivf Mr. ]md Mrs. 
G. B. Wayw 4lMli An«Mia Hvd . 
has ii w ii | i l i UJ Ai^atteo llecbani- 
eid rtadhKMHUs Khod at the 
Nvral Air Keteiod Traming Cen. 
4ar iB ItanpUi l^iB. 



Marble Staft Sergeant Robert W. 
Gns$t, sen of Mr. and Mrs Jo- 
aeph Gi^gs cf SCS Seeman Road, 



te serving with Marine Ak Base 
Squadron U of Marine Aircraft 
Gfoup U at Cbu Lai, Vietnani. 



Afarnan Robert W. Barrett, son 
of Mr. and Mn. Joseph A. Bar- 
rett Jr., 4629 Jemne, has beoi 
setected for trainii^ at Ohanute 
AFB. lU., as an Ak- Force vehicle 
nnakitenance ^)ecialist 

Am^ Pvt. James M. Mclntyre, 



son of Mr. and Mrs. James N. 
Mclntyre, 338 Virginia B^Kh 
Blvd., has com]rieted the Infan- 
try Schod's three-week aittwrne 
course. 



Army Reserve Capt. Elisha J. 
Evans, Jr., whose paraits ]ive 
at 1412 Kempsville Road, has 
completed an officer refresher 
coiH-se at fihe Army Quartermas- 



t«- Schod, Fort Lee, Va. 

* % • 

Fireman Apprentice RonaU S. 
Thompson, U»l, »?n of Mr. and 
Mrs. Bert A. Thwnpson of 4129 
Country Club Circle, is serving in 
the Mediterranean aboard the 
Newport, R. I. based multi-pur- 
pose destroyer USS Joseph P. 
Kennedy Jr., operating with the 
Sixth Fleet. 



Midshiinian 1/c Leonard A. 
Patter, xa oi Navy Captain (ret.) 
and W%. L A. Parkn- of 4320 
Two Woods Road, has been named 
to the dean's list for the second 
semester at the U. S. Naval Acad- 
emy. Annapolis, Md. 

« « * 

Airman 3/c Glenn R. Benoit. 

son (tf Mr. and Mrs. George C. 
Benoit of 321 Hill Prince Road, 



has arrWed f<x- duty at Oxnard 
AFB, Calif. He is a jet aircraft 

engine mechanic. 

» • ♦ 

Marine Private l/c J<riui G. Os- 
teidouse, son of Lieutenant Com- 
mander and Mrs. Louis J. O^er- 
hous (d 2241 Pleasure House Road, 
has completed a trainii^ and proc- 
essing cycle with Staging Battal- 
ion at the Marine Corps Base, 
Camp Pendleton, Calif. 



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MJTUALFEPERAL 

V 0f Norfolk 

NOafOLK • PORTSMOUTH • VtRfilNIA BEACH 






LOIS NELSON, republican candidate for city council, gets her cam- 
paign underway with an assist from an interested onlooker who seems 
to give her a few inside tips fr«n the "elephant's" point of view, 
(staff photo by Padrick) 

GOP Unveils Platform 



VIRGaNU BEACH - The Re- 
publican City Committee has an- 
nounced its platform in the up- 
cwning Council elections. 

"Hie PlatfoiTO, issued for Mrs. 
Lois Nelson, the oily Republican 
candidate in the election, calls for 
a reduction in the number of coun- 
ciknen and a limitation of their 
terms in office. 

According to the platform, the 
coundlmen would be elected en- 
tirely on an at-large basis and 
would be eligible to ' serve only 
two terms in (Mice. The platfoitn 
also calls for a reduction in the 
nunvber of menders for the City 
Planning Commission and the 
School Board. 

This revision in the niMnber of 
officers should be undra-taken so 
"that responsibility can be clearly 
traced to its source," the plat- 
form reads. 

The platfonn also stated: 

• "Our tax dollars should be 
used not only to make this city 
attractive to tourists but sAso to 
make it attractive and comforta- 
ble to the suburban families liv- 
ing here." 

• "Our citizens should be told 
of any interest in land or property 
heW by any of the counciknen, 
planning canmission or govern- 
meirtal agency called upon to re- 
zone, buy, or make expenditures 
concerning such land or proper- 
ty." 

# "Sealed biddii^ on munbi- 
pal exipenditures should be the 
rule and not the exceiption." 

# "Civil Service rides slMidd 



be adopted for all city -en^loyees 
giving them job security and pro- 
hibiting any city employee frwn 
active campaigning on behalf of 
a candidate for political oflfice 
during his regular working hours 
Or at the polls." 

# "A master zoning plan 
should be adopted and published 
immediately. Hiis plan should be 
keyed to population growth." 

• "Cooperation with our fellow 
cities in the Tidewater area should 
take more specific direction and 
taHc should give way to action." 

'Mrs. Nelson is one of nine can- 
didates sedcing four at-large seats 
and is running from Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

Kings Grant CC 

LYNNRWEN - The King's 
Grant Garden Club held its April 
meeting at the home of Mrs. 
Franklin Rosen, with Mrs. C B. 
Harris as co-hostess. 

An election of new ofifieers for 
the coming year was held after 
the annual business meeting. 

An exhibit featurihg "spring 
bounty" arrangements, judged by 
the Birchwocd Garden Club, awar- 
ded a red ribbon to Ms. J. D. Lo- 
win, and a yellow ribbon to Mrs. 
H. L. Moir for arrangements, with 
a blue rilbbon to Mrs. W. L. Moss 
for horticulture. ^, 




Conventiooal 

H0ME 

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CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE 

VIRGINIA BEACH FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
210 25th St Va. B«ach 428-9331 




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V IRQ I mi A STATE L10RARY 
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^mGinia Beach Sun 



Published Every Thursday 
in Virginia Beach for the People of' Virginia Bead) 



f*P . VA. 



Newspaper-Pxuited 
In Virginia Beach 



Volume XLI^ No. 19 



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TELEPHONE 428-2401 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY, 12, 19662 SECTIONS - 14 PAGES SINGLE COPY: lOc; BY MAIL $3.50 PER YEAR 



MOO UNITS PRCPOSED 



Council Denies Applications 
For Apartment Construction 



VIRGINIA BEAOH-City Coun- 
cil, at its meeting Monday a'ter- 
noon, rejected aipplications for two 
£'?arlment projects 'which would, 
if allowed, total 1,100 units. 

The applicatloits were suhmit- 
te(^ by Bonita Corp. and Mayfcerry 
Inc. ( 

Bonita Corp. applied for a zon- 
ing change and a use permit to 
construct 540 apartment units off 
Military Highway in KempsviHe 
Borough. 

Mayberry Inc. .has also applied 
for a zoning change aiKi a use 
permit to construct 580 apartment 
units on 34 acres of land in Prin- 
cess Anne Borough on Seaboard 
Road. 

The Council denied the applica- 
tions on the grounds that the in- 



crease in population in those areas 
would overburden neigWxM-hood 
scbcols, roads, and utilities. 

Bonita Corp. sutMnitted its appli- 
cation last O-Hober and the City 
Planning Ccmmisiion recommend- 
ed a'oroval of the application at 
that time, but oppwition from 
members cf the Lakeview Eirtates- 
Knob HiD-Westview Civic Leagues 
forced postponement. 

Monday, a petition in opposition 
to the move, and signed by 14841 
residents of t^ area, was present- 
ed to council. The petition listed 
four specific reasons why the Bo- 
nita Corp. wou'.cf net be allowed 
to build the apartments: 

# Sunnyside Drive, which 
would berome the main access 
road, is not adequate to carrjr the 



additional traffic. 

• Existing schods in 'the area 
were saturated. 

• The apartments would ad- 
versely affect the property values 
in Lakeview Estates. 

• "niere was a lack of proper 
sewage and recrea'tional facilities. 

The planning commission, though 
it has approved the application 
when it was first made, recom- 
mended against it Mcmday be- 
cause of "evidence presented 
vi'hich indicates an overcrowded 
conditiwi would result in schools 
and that problems would result in 
serving the property the proper 
road accesg and public utilities. 
Therefore the coromission recom- 
mends this application be denied." 

(Continued On Page 4A) 




ALL FOUR CANDIDATES VISIT 



U. S. Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr. ^'"^ ^0"'''a' rteyna.a U. ««g.e. 

(U. S, Navy Photo) 






Robertson To 
Address Conv. 
Of Madmen 

VIRGINU BEACH - Virginia 
Beach 2819, Natio:iaI Association 
of Letter Carriers, will be the host 
chapter this weekend for the 41st 
annual State Convention of the 
organization. Approximately 500 
persons are expected to attend, 
according to Luther Cau^om, 
president of the Virginia Beach 
'^ chapter. 

The convention will be held at 
fte Lake Wright Motor Lodge in 
»**>*, May IMS. 

The public is invited to att?nd 
the public session Friday ni^it. 
May 13th. The principal apeaker 
at that session will be Virginia's 
senior U. S. Senator, A. Willis 
Robertson. Another address will 
be given by Jack O'Brien, of the 
Post Office Department in Wash- 
f in^on. 



New Officers 
For Squad 

VrRa:?{IA beach - The Vir- 
gin a Beach Rescue Squad met 
Monday night and eleded a n.w 
slate of o'ficers. The nsAly elected 
men will taks office the firit week 
in June. 

Those elected and t'le positions 
they were elected to are: 

W. M. Jenkins, Captain; C. R. 
Gnandy, ist. Lt.; 6. L. White, 2nd 
Lt.: A. E. Murray, Sgt.; P. A. 
' gelasto HI, secretary; C T Dick- 
son, treasurer; M. R. Hines, plan- 
nii^ ar.d training; H. D. Patterson, 
Jr., public relatimis. ami J. C. 
Rogan, chapl&in. 

Other ottictfs ejected are: 

Dr. James P. Carlton, president; 
Bruce Murphy, vice president; J. 
Frank Gallager. legal advisor; Dr. 
iF. K. iMcCune, Dr. F. G. Bums. 
Jr., and Dr. C. M. Eariy, medical 
advisors, and H. P. McNeal, Jr., 
Rulus Ki^t, and Dr. J. A. White, 
trustees. 



Awards Received By Delegates 



JEKYIL ISLAND, Ga. - Three 
Virginia Beach members of the 
Ocean Hiway Association were re- 
cipients of special recognition 
awards presented at the Associa- 
tion's 32nd annual meeting at 
Jekyll Island, Ga., held April 21- 
24, 1966. 

Sidney S. KeUam, the Associa- 
tion's retirir^ president, received 
an award honoring his effective 
leader^ip as 1965-66 OHA presi- 
dent. He was also named as chair, 
man of the Board of the Associa- 
tion for ^ 1966-67 year. 

A membership award to the City 
of Virginia Beach was presented 
to Mrs. Lucy Trsrfton on behalf of 
the city. Virginia Beach accounted 
for the largest 1965-66 Association 
meni>er^dp increase among all 
cities in the New York-to-Florida 
Ocean Hiway netw(H-k. A long-time 
OHA supporter, Mrs. Trafton is 
active ki many local civic-affairs. 



Richard S. Holland, a member 
of the Virginia Slate Highway 
Commission, received a highway 
beautificatkMi award on behalf of 
the State Highway Department for 
a plunting and beaiitificati(m cam. 
pign for VS. 13 on Vii^inla's 
Eastern Shore. Hdland also serves 
as state vice presWent of the 
Ocean Hiway Association. 

Among those from Virginia 
Beach who attended the Ocean 
Hiway meeting v/ere. Mr. and 
Mrs. Gea^e Leary, Mrs. Laura 
Lambe, Mrs. Lucy TVafton, Ed- 
ward G. Joynec. Heiry N. Calla- 
han. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney S. Kel- 
1am. Richard S. HoQand. Mr. and 
Mrs. T. E. Brothers, and Mr. and 
Mrs. Fred Brioionan. 

Formerly kjcated at Wilming- 
ton, Del., the Ocean HhK^^y admin- 
istrative offic^ is now headquar- 
tered at VirgitMa Bead). 




'Copter Crew 
Honored Tues. 

NORFOLK — Lieijtenant A. M. 
Wirlh, a pilot in Helicopter Cam- 
bat Support Squadron Four (HC- 
4) Detachment One. accepted a 
"Citation" and "Air Medal" from 
Admiral T. H. Moorer, Command- 
er in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. 

During ceremonies held aboard 
the Norfolk Naval Air Station at 
Helicopter Combat Si-pfort Squad- 
ron Four, Detachment One, Ad- 
miral Mower read the following 
citation ki recognition of Lieuten- 
ant Wirth's actions: 

'l^or meritorioos achievefimtt 
in aerial flight ultUe serving widi 
Helicopta- Combat Support Squad, 
ron Four (HC-4) Detachment One 
on 16 June 1966. Wlien the USS 
Hartley (DE-ia29) lost all power 
and was riding on her port an- 
chor near the surf line in shallow 
water. Lieutenant Wirth. as air- 
craft commander of a UH-34D. 
^illlully maneuvered his helicop- 
ter to effect transfer of men and 
material to the disabled ship de- 
spite rough seas and high winds. 
Aifter all efforts by sea had failed, 
he carried a tow line from the 
Fleet Tug USS Kiowa (.ATF-72) to 
Hartley. This feat ^^as accom- 
plished in a sideward fli^t con- 
dition fa- about 7Q0 yards to avoid 
fouling tile helkspter with the 
line, requiring great rftill, perse- 
verance, and courage in operating 
the helicopter at its limits. The 
successful transfer of the tow line 
by Lieutenant Wirth contributed 
greatly to the sdvage of USS 
Hartley from the praition near 
shore and prevented more severe 
dvnage and possfl>le injuries or 
loss of We. His outstanding air- 
manship was in keeping with the 
highest traditions of the United 
States Naval Service." 

Also receiving letters of com- 
maidation for their part in the 
operation were the co^jilot, Li«i- 
tenant G. E. Barry, USN, and 
crewmen Lt(K'- ^- M- Lougbmil- 
ler. U»*R, J. Kyle, Jr.. AX2, 
UJN, and T. F. Daniels, ADJ3, 
USN. 

The Hartley almost went I 
agr<Himi off Virginia Bea.h a'ter | 
colliding with Uie Norwegian me."- I 
chant vess3l "Blue Master." The i 
"Master" was leavLig Ha.T -ton 
Roads for New Orleans, La. when 
the accident occurred. 

The .Norwegian sh^) managed to I 
make it back into port, but the ) 
Hartley was not qiite «3 lucky. | 
The ihi) kut power ccmolet^ly j 
mjd begfn to drift toward shore. 1 
"Hie collision ocoirred at day- i 
break pear the Oietaf eake Bay j 
dian " enU-aace. 



Byrd, Hogle Chosen 
As Parade Marshals 



VIRGINIA BE-ACH-Jhe Armed 
Forces Day Parade ccmmittee has 
announced the na.ties of the mili- 
tary and civilian marshads for this 
year's parade. 

United States Senator Harry F. 
Byrd Jr. was chosen as the civil- 
ian marshal and Vice Ad.niral 
Reynold D. Hogle was selected as 
the parade's military marshal. 

The parade, which will be held 
May 21 will feature bands, m'arch- 
ing units and Uoats from the var- 
ious military bases, civic organ- 
izations and the city. 

Following the parade down At- 
lantic Avenue, guests and digni- 
taries will attend a luncheon at 
the Americana Hotel. 

Admiral Hogle is no stranger to 
the Virginia Beach scene. He first 
becmne famUiar with the area 
'«dwn he nuuTied the former May 
Ellen Adams of Norfolk* Hogle, 
who graduated from the Naval 
Academy, in 1956 was sent to Nor- 



folk as daouty Chief of Staff, Su- 
pre.-ne Allied Co.timander Atlan- 
tic. He left Tidewater to beco.T.e 
the con-mander of his own car- 
rier group, d;.;uty commander in 
chief for U.S. Naval forces in Eu- 
rope, and eventually the chief of 
rtaff cf the U.S. Naval War Col- 
ege in Newport, R.I. 

Hcgle returned to Tidewater in 
.964 to take over as Chief of Staff 
it SACIANT. 

Adniral Hogle and his wife 
'lave t.vo daughters, both of them 
uiarried. 

Byrd has served as a U.S. Sen- 
'2tor from Virginia since his aip- 
ipoLntn-.tnt by Governor Albertis S. 
Llarrison last NovenrJber. He filled 
'die unexpired term of his father 
iwho stepped down because of ill 
4R!a!<%. Prhn- to taking «ver«s one 
of Virginia's U. S. Senators, Byrd 
was a State Senator fra-n Winches, 
ter, Va. 



Campaigning For July 
Senatorial Primary 



Picking Up At Beach 



Ass^t. Administrator Hired 
At Va. Beach Hospital 



VIRGINIA BEACH - W. Earl 
Willis, administrator of the Gen- 
eral Hospital of Virginia Beach, 
said last week that the hospital 
has hired an administrative assist- 
ai)t' 

Willis said Samuel G. Feazell, 
24, will report for work June 20. 
He is scheduled to receive his 
Master's degree in Hospital Ad- 
ministratiMi from the Medical Col- 
lege of Virginia June 4. 

Feazell has done his aAninistra- 
tive residency work the past year 
at Norfolk General Hospital. He 
received his BS degree in busi- 
ness administration from Concord 
College, in Athens, West Virginia, 
in 1984 

Feazell's official tRle at the hos- 
pital wiil be Assistant Administra- 
tor-Comptroller. According to Wil- 
lis, he will handle the manage- 
ment of the business office, the 
a<hnissions department, the cred- 
it and collection department, the 
midical records deipartment, and 
the P.B.X. service. Wil'.is said 
Feazell will gradually take over 
inoK. jf the administrative j..t:es 




ViRGvNIA BEACH - The four 
principals in the July Senatorial 
Dsmocratic Primary wiJl all have 
visitid Virginia Beach at least once 
by Friday, May 13. The last to ar- 
rive comes on that day. Senator 
'\. Willis Rcbertson will be here 
for t.vo speeches, a press confer- 
ence and talks with his key cam- 
paign woikers in Virginia Beach. 
The Senator will arrive from Wash- 
ington shortly before 3 p.m. and 
by 3:30 will be at Pembroke Mall 
Shopping Center for a speech. 

From there Rcbertson wi.i go to 
the office of one of his Virginia 
Beach . campaign managers, Les 
Lam. .At the ofice he will hold a 
ha'1-hcur press conference, before 
going to City Hall at Princess Anne 
or another speech at approximate- 
ly 4:15 p.m. 

It is expected th^t he will also 
meet with his campaign workers in 
Virginia Beach after the Court- 
hiiise speech and before his 
scheduled activities Friday ni^t. 

Robertson's campaign headquar- 
tesr at S104 Atlantic Avenue, have 
already been opened, according to 
his campaign managers h^re. Les 
Lam ar.d Dr. Ira Hancock. JMnes 
G. Kontopanos is the office mwi- 
ager. 

. Lzao-aad^Hanntek have also so- 
ncunced the appointment of Austin 
E. Owen, attorney, as Treasiu^r 
of Robertson's Virginia Beach 
campaign. It is expected that Rob- 
ertson will attend the formal open- 
ing of the campaign headquartere 
at a later date. 

Robertson will also deliver the 
principal address Friday night at 
the Lake Wright Motor Lodge, at 



the state convention of 'he National 
Association of Letter Carriers. The 
Virginia Beach chapter is the ho:t 
for the convention. 

Spong's day began with break- 
fast at the Black Angus Restaurant 
for about 80 persons, mostly cam- 
paign workers in the Spong ca.m- 
paign here, being guided by C ty 
Treasurer, V. A. Etheridge. 
Spong attended two public recep- 

Tcday, Armistsad L. Boc'he. 
who is opposing Senator Harry F. 
Byrd, Jr., in the Democratic pri- 
mary met for a round of confer- 
ences and receptions with his ca^i- 
paign workers in Virginia Beach. 
The dav began with a break'^st 
at the ©lack Angus Restaurant for 



Bcathe and his key workers. His 
campaign in Virginia Beach will 
be "rolling scon," according to (me 
of his oa.TfTpaign managers here, 
L. Charles Burlage. 

So far, .".0 plans have been an- 
nounced for the opening of a 
Bocthe headquarters in Virginia 
Beach. 

On Tjesday. State Senator Wil- 
liam B. Spcng. Jr.. in his bid to 
unseat Robertson, made five caoi- 
paign ap'earances i.i Virginia . 
reach. 

tie.is at Bow Creek Country Glib 
Tueiday, one in the morning, ^e 
ether in the afternoon, and another 
at the Cavalier Hotel duj-ing the 

< Continued On Page 4A) 




CANDIDATE TOR THE U. S. SENATE. State Sen. Wffiiam B. 
Spong. Jr., standing left, and City Treasurer V. Alfred Etheridge 
attended a public reception at the Bow Creek Coiffltry Chib Tuesday 
morning. Spong met with his supporters from the Thalia-Piaza- 
Malibu precincts, giving a short speech after shaUng hands with 
everyone. (Sun staff photo) 



SAMUEL FEAZELL 

as he becomes familiar with the 
hospital and its functions. He will 
take seme of the administrative 
bad off WiHis' shoulders. 

Feazell is married to the for- 
mer Jan Elizabeth Hart of John- 
sjn City. Tennessee. She is pres- 
ently t.'ic Administrative resident 
at the General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach. ' 



ON ARMED ROBBERY CHARGE 



Norfolk Man Sentenced 
To 51 Years In Prison 



VntGINU BEACH RfX^EIVIIS OCEAN HIWAY AWARD — Mra. 
iMcy Tr^M (Mi), Vhtial* B«m* tankMper Mi eWe \uitg. ra- 
ceHM ■■ awaN M bfteif of the Ctty of Vkfiila BMch umk th» 
OttBbCT if Cwueree fr«B VerMi B. DenldaM, cMnna rf tke 
if tke Occ^ Wmiy IwifiatlM (RcMe plMl*) 



Political M^t 

LV?«mWEN - A meeting kA 
the Virgfaiia Beach ChajXer No. 
1, FedeiratiOT of Al Veterans of 
the U.S.A., Inc. wUl be hekl at 
the Pine IVee Inn <sa Sioday, 
M^ 15, St 1:30 pm 

U. OA. W. ^enn El^Xt. ifmt- 
t«1nail«^•cUutftot annotmm k 
to b* a pattical aetloB mtmi^ 
kr At {KHpote of widorKing Sm- 
atwi RabartaoB and ^rrd for re- 
elwtleatoiKU. S Seiwte. 



VIRiGLNIA DE-ACH - A C'rcuit 
Cotrt c:n- >Oi€d rf one wc.Tian 
aiad 11 men deliberated a'nost 
two-ard-a-half hours IVesdav be- 
fore finding a 28year-3ld Norfc'k 
man guilty of armed r^^ery. 

Juiije R jert S. Wah^ in-me- 
diately senteI^:€ri Maurice E. Bai. 
ley to 51 vei-s in ra-ison, rejecl- 
ii^ motHMis to set the jury verdict 
aside and reckice the sentence. 

Bailey was also charged with 
abduction, but Assistant Common- 
Health Attorney Rob«l Simpson 
said no decision has beea made 
to try him on that charge as of 
yet. 

Bailey and another msi are 
duH-ged with the armed nbbtrf 



arj ibduction cf a Tinee Giant 
n-.a..ager Nov. 21. 

John B. Had'ey, K. also of Nor- 
fc'k, ideR.ified as Bailey's accom- 
plice p'eaded guilty to armed nh- 
bery ar.d e<bducti n a week ago 
and is prisentiy aAa tin^ the out- 
cc.ne of a presentence r-^C-ort. 

The twc men reportedly followed 
D:ns d C. Meinhard, of Virginia 
Beach, when he left his store in 
the 2500 block of Colonial Avenue 
in Norfolk, and headed for his 
home in Aragona Village. 

At Hadley's trial. Meii*ard said 
he noticed a car following him 
that would pul up clcee and tiwn 
(all back BtH. Memhard said. 

<ConU«iei (to Pi^ 4A) 



Pay Bandits 
Again Mon. 

VIRCaNU BEACH - Chief 
Reeves E. Johnson of the Virginia 
Beach Bureau of Safety said 
earlier this week that the police 
department will once again start 
giving out tickets for parking meter 
violations 'Monday, May 16. John- 
san said tickets will be handed out 
for such violatwns frwn Monday 
until scMnetime in Septonber. He 
faid the police department usually 
begins enforcing the use of park-' 
ing meters about the ISOi of May. 

Johnson also said three traffic 
lights on Atlantic Avenue that have 
been dormant all winter will be 
activated sometkne withui the next 
two-to-three days. Those lights 
which will be put t)ack into service 
are: 

The traffic control li^t at 31st 
Street and Atlantkr Avenue. It has 
b:en flashing caution a^l winter. 

'niirty-fou:th Street and Atlantic 
Avenue. 

Twentieth Street and Atla::tic 
Avenue. 

Johnson said th3 city uses two 
e- o' meters. The bronz? color- 
ed onss are M minutes for five 
cents and the silver ones give pat- 
ons ore hour for five cr:;ts. 
He said the city will collect from 
he meters and hand out tickets 
■ erv day except on Sunday and 
hcliday*. 



CB Jamboree Set For 
Sept 17-18 At Civic Center 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Members 
of the Norfolk and Virginia Beach 
Citizen Band Radio Clubs signed 
a contract Saturday for the use 
cf the Alan B. Shepard Civic Cen- 
ter Sept. 17-18 

During that weekend CB'ers 
from across the state and all along 
the east coast will gather for the 
first annual Tidewater OB Jam- 
boree. 

Sam Scott, aininistrator of the 
Dome, saki there are approxi- 
mately 92,000 licensed citizen band 
operators in the state of Virginia 
aione, and he expects a large 
number of Uiem to attend. 

THe Jamboree will consist of a 
trade show at the Dcane Saturday 
and Sunday, and a dance Saturday 
i^ght at the Cavalier Beach and 
Cabana Club. There will be only 
1,000 tickets for the dance. 

Members of TERR.\C i Tidewa- 
ter Emergency Radio Rescue and 
.Assistance Clib) plan to operate 
a base station at the Drme. toB 
heb out-cf-town visitors find the; ■ 



way in. 

Scott said city officials are very 
pleased with tte prospect of hav- 
ing such a convention in Virginia 
Beach and hope it will become a 
yearly event. Members of the club 
said it will be held each year if 
enough pccole attend the first one. 

According to Scott, men*ers of 
TEIRRAC and the city will =!plit 
the costs and revenues on a 50-50 
basis. 

TERRAC. basically a public sct- 
vice and rescue organization, 
meets every second and fourth 
Friday of each month at Norftdk 
Federal Savings and Loan on 
Crcmwfell Road in Norfolk. Tlw 
Virginia Beae^h section meets the 
second Tuesday of each month at 
t':ie old Courts building in Virginia 
Beach Boruigh. 

.Any intertstcd CB'ers who are 
net mtrrh-rs < either cf the t»*-o 
ctos mav obtain information by 
writ : :; Tlitwatcr C3 Ja.T*oree. 
Pest Gf^ce Box 274, Virginia 
^each, Virginia. 



Bids Presented 

VIPI'VIA TV :i - A Ports- 
r.ofth firm is the apparak lew 
oldder .'or the construction of 
vatcr and sewer lines for Ocea la 
High School and Alanton Elemen- 
tary School. 

"Vhi schools, schedukd to be 
eomi^ted by next fd, are boA 
'ocated on Fir^ Colonial Road vtm 
Hiltop. 

Vkx) Oonstruction Corp. of Ports- 
mouth submMed a iMd of $!3BJn 
for the project. 




JAMBOREE CONTRACT SIGNED - Makers of the Vtr^^ 
Beack awl NerfiA cWkb ba^ rMUe ehiba t^pied a c<Mtract ij^ 
Shd Seott, lUrector of tke Duae Safaday to reserve Om; sMk 
enter for a CB JamkMve Sept. YI-VL CS'ers ai«. left to f|g^ 
seated. Dm Fngate. Brady AIUbs. Fn4 "KaMt" l^aal. m^ 
SeM; Haatef. lak Shavpe. ■■«« Martlik IM Haatt Mi \m 
(8« rtafl pfeato) 



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Irginia Beach SUN, THUR^AY, AAAY 12, 1966 
P«ge 2-A 



MENTION 

Miss Suzanne D^er Marr, dau^v 
ter of Mr. aid Mrs. Robe-i Mair 
of 3M FarmJBi^an Ro^. hms be«o 
jȣccd on Urn deaa's list of dls- 
tir^shed aluifen^ l» tiie vnatar 
tenn. She is a {redanan at Ae 
University of Virgiota Schtol of 

NuTSlLf. 

• * • 

Xra. Curtis W. Di^s ai>d Mrs. 
(S:arles L. Hershber^er have re- 
turaed to their homes in Virginia 
Beach after attending the Natian- 
ai African Viokt convention in ML 
ani Beach. Florida. Mrs. HerA- 
better *as give an appointment 
on the National Awards Commit- 
tee. Ttiis is the first time T^de- 
w«ter has be«a so h3ni3red with 
an apfpointntent. 

• • • 

R. P. Midgett Farms of Virginia 
Beach rec«itly purdiazed two Ab- 
«^een-Angus Ik-IIs from Bells Is- 
land Farms, Curritudi. North 
Carolina. 

• • • 

Jill Ifowen was honored among 
the most outstanding game partici- 
pants at the annual College Ui^on 
Awards and Installation Banquet 
held recently at Eait Ceu'oiina 
College. Her award was for worn. 

en's bowling. 

• * • 

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Harrison will 
be at their home foMowing a 
wirter vacation in Naples, Flori- 
da. 

• • • 

Kathken Chapman, 4604 Broad 
Street, earned a place on the Col- 
lege cf Arts and Science dean's 
list at American Umveraity last 
semester. 



MJ — ^ — - 

Garden 0ub on the Go Tomtmistr?ss Club 



fV. P. KeEa-n, of Kellam^B^l^n 
bamuix Cxtv^My. baa been ee- 
eiaatai to the beard (A dkestors 
fi-m Vltsiaia Site, C &rt>a- cf 
CjetmSKX at the G«r->rr's 48nj 
MBfl Ik^soeis medi^ heU re- 

c«^ m Kchaicad. 

— . •■ » • « 

fsroh-o P?rr' Ridiardon, 
(^ilttu- d Mr. aui Mrs. E. P. 
m^Mi.im. M 5^ Str»ft, has 
be^ awarded a trainee grant for 
s.-nujcT study and research at th? 
Od Ridge Instteite of Nude^ 
SSafies. Miss R:chard:on is a UcL 
ogf najo- at Rando'i^-M'acon 
Wom»'s College, and wiU wvk 
in Uie bioh^ dvision. The pro- 
gram begins June IS aad cootln- 
\m for 10 weeics. 

• • • 

Fred A. Rasnick of 48J5 West- 
gave Road, e the ciass agot in 
tte 1333 Bryant CoOege Alumni 
Givi^ Pn^am which is a nation- 
Htk campa^ to help underwrite 
srfM^ufhips and the Coiiege's edi- 
calioBal program. Bryant Cdlege 
!•-« foiff-yeu- co-edtKXtional col- 
lie ^ bu^ess admdnistratioa in 
Pravidace, RL 
^' ♦ • ♦ 

Jeffivy SbeftoD has been named 
to the dean's list at North Carolua 
W^skyaa College. He is a mennber 

oiF the tomis team. 

♦ • • 

Harold Tyson Bonrden. a studeiA 
at CHd Domiiucm Crih^. has been 
iiBtiatcd into Pi Ki^aTfii Gredc 
\etta fraternity. He is enrolled in 
tlK Electrical Ki^neerii^ axu'se 
cif study and is the son of Kfr. 
aad Mrs. K. Z. Bowden d 512 
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By CASSANDRA 
WMh AfARIAN TOWNSEND 

VIRGIM.4 BEACH - An enthu. 
siapt;c group of LinlclKm Park 
Garden Clufcbers and tteir friend-, 
in keeping with Garden CM> Week 
journeyed by buj to Mathews and 
Gloucester counties recently. The 
local Gazette-Journal descrfljed 
the two counties as, "TTie Umd 
of the Life Worth Living" and 
"Tlie Midway Garden Spot of the 
Atlantic Coast." A true welcome 
from "The Seven Hemes on Four 
Rivers" was given by Mrs. Wil- 
liam H. Turner and Mrs. James 
Bland Martin, who said in their 
surplement: "We hope the sun is 
shining for you today and tiiat 
every flower and shrub is in its 
full glory. Our welcome comes 
not only from the ladies and gen- 
tlemen who will gred you at our 
time honored houses and church- 
es, but from every citizen of our 
counties." 

The tour prnved rich in the his. 
tory of politics, and the social 
and economic life of the early set- 
tlers, for Captain John Smith, in 
gratitude for his rescue by Poca- 
hontas, built the first European 
type dwelling on record for a na- 
tive .American who was King Pow- 
hatan, in Gloucester. 

John Buckner pdblished the laws 
of Virginia in 1680; in 1675, a local 
will made possible one of the free 
school grants to educate the chil- 
dren of Ware and Abington par- 
ishes; John Clayton, world re- 
nowned botanist, as a county clerk 
lived here, and here was barn Dr. 
Walter Reed, the discoverer cf 
the cause of yellow fever.' making 
poss-'ble the building of the Pana- 
ma Canal. Thomas Jafle.-son drS^? 
ed the Declaration of Ind?r)eiM- 
ence in palatial Rosawell. hota' in 
ruins, and near which was bom 
Tliomas Jefferson Page. Ha was 
a naval authority, a diplomat, and 
an exolorer. In Gloucester, lived, 
died and was buried the Warners, 
ancestors of George Washington, 
Rclbert E. Lee and Eliz^th n 
of England. Today, the George P. 
Coleman Bridge, linking Glouces- 



ter Point, is the world's lai'gest 
double £fwing span. 

Elrafflgton, buik in 1850, over- 
looking the North River, a chaitn. 
wg southern plantaticm was vist- 
ed, and Long Bridge Ordinary 
(Tavern) we enjsycd. Bu2t prior 
to 1730, once a stage ccach stop, 
it is now owned by the Gloucester 
Woman's Club. Itiis was head- 
quarters for the Tour. 

Boponont, dating back to 1754, 
a rosebrick resld3nce w^h man- 
tels and paneling in their original 
state, had an 18th c'^ntury formal 
garden, guest house, plantation 
buildings, 3-car garage studio, and 
family cottage. 

Wilson Creek Farm, an ante- 
bellum residence, boasted old 
mouldings and dodtt, cut stone 
foundations, and a 2-stM7-high 
columned porch. FairfieU, or Car- 
ter's Creek, came into being bv 
a patent for 2350 acres, granted 
to Lewis Burwell of England, who 
had to bring 47 persons 'to Vir- 
ginia with him in order to warrant 
the title. It is lovely in its an- 
tiquity. Pcr^r Grove, owned by 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Morrison Smith, 
was once the home of Caroi. Sally 
Ton^dcins, the only woman com- 
missioned by the Confederacy. It 
boasted a lovelv dining room, and 
a serpentine brick wall. Todds- 
bury, with its beautiful collection 
of antiques and ancient (boxwoods 
in its yard, is also known as "The 
Mother Place"' and is called "The 
Jewel of Tidewater." In iMathews 
stands "Mariner's Cove," home rf 
Col. and Mrs. Benj. Spentoris, sur- 
rounded bv attraictive grounds and 
garden and faces towards the 
North River. 

A delicious Swl'iem lunch was 
SH^ed by the ladies of the Ware 
B'^iscrral Church On Gloucester. 
TTiis old church was bJult around 
1650. It is the onlv rectangular 
shaped colonial church in Virginia 
with south and north doorways. 
The walls are three feet tfiick and 
the foundation five. General per- 
sons, including rectors John Rich- 
ards (1723-35) land John Fox (1734- 
64) lie buried beneath its chancel. 



NO«FX)LK - The Spring Con- 
fa-ence of Council NO; 4. South- 
cast R^on, International Toast- 
mi^ess dabs. Inc., was held at 
the I^fke Wright Motor Lodge re- 
c«itty. 

Swenty-five wamm from the 
Iw) state areas of North Carolir^ 
and ^^ginia, represarting eleven 
clute, ^tended the morning busi- 
ness session in the Tidewatar 
Room d the Lodge. 

Tv'"^ f 'temoM workshcps were 
conducted during ,the training ses- 
aon. Robert Dsherty, Naval Air 
Nation emziayee, led a workshop 
on "Effective Usteiing") He has 
{H-esented this magn-Ificait nro- 
gram to more than TOO pe<^e in 
the TidewatCT area. 

A woritdiop on "Tedmiques in 
Spedcing" was cwKlucted l^ Mrs. 
Virgfaiia Waiters, assisted hiy Mrs. 
Harrington, wiio had an audience 
participation class that was very 
educ^onal as well as enjoyable. 

Six JTC d\i3s were repretented 
in the speaking cmitest held dur- 
ing the Saturday ni^ banquet 
meeting. 

Mrs. Frances Briscoe, Presi- 
deii, NorfoUc Toasimistress dub, 
won first place and will represent 
Councfl No. 4 at the regional can- 
test in Penjacola, Florida next 
nwnth. Mrs. Briscoe sp(Ae on 
"The Ghost of a C3iance." 

First runner up was Mrs. Mary 
Lawson whose speech was en- 
titled "Pick the Lock." Mrs. Law- 
son is the Employment Davelcp- 
ment Officer at the Naval Supply 
(CeiAer, Naval Station, Norfolk. In 
the event that Mrs. Briscoe is 
unable to speak in Pensacola, Mrs. 
Lawson must prepare a ^eech 
and be ready to compete in the 
regional contest. 

Afiproxiraately 175 peciple (.toast- 
mistresses, toastmasters and 
guests) -witnessed the sipeech con- 
test which was judged by nine 
prominent citizens from Virginia 
Beach, Portsmouth and Norfolk 
area. 




MR. and MRS, E. A. LANGHORNE. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holland, Mrs. John Prtston and Mr. Ron 
PUIltps. (Pboto by Bolces' Studio) (Additional photos for the Coqulna Ball mi page 7) 

The festive Coquina Ball was Some attending were: Oapt. and Dr. «ad {Mra. George MctSoIre, 

held Saturday night at the Cava- Mrs. jj. W. Crawford. |VIr. and Dr. land jMrs. pa. McCoy. (Dr. ;and 

ter Hoiel. The baUroom was filled Mrs. (Robert Wahab. (Mr.\H />»«• "**"• f- ^- ^^»^^' ^- . ^^ 

to capacity with lovely ladies and J- Walter IBoone. |Mr. ^and tVIrs. 

attractive men, all dressed in Lkwood jBrandi, jVi'r. land |Mrs. 

foa-nal attire. , R. 8. |Osborn. land iMr. |and Mrs. 

, ^ J. IW. jClemens. ^ - , 

Many people have asked me Capt. pad JMrs. |H. 1^. (Crist. (Mr. 

what the word Coquina means, and |Mrs. (Paul jDeWItt, (Mr. ,and 

The Coquina is a very small sea Mrs. ^nk Malbon, (Mrs. ^.eooa 

shell of the mclkisk family, re- nierrv IF WaterfMd Mr and --— r-- ; — •^"- 

seni,ling greatly the clam. Most SH. t^^^'mm- ""' "^^ '"^"^ ^"^^ '"" '^ 

H. n. ISend!er, fir. ^ttd ^Irs 



Mrs. IE. Skinner, :Dr. fuA (Mn. 
M. XJnger, pr. tsnd |Mrs. Alvfai 
Jarrett and |Dr. [and Mrs. IT. (ilsy 
Jarrett. (Is there a doctor in the 

house?) 

Mr. nnd Mrs. (Edmund Johnson. 

Mr. pnd ^Irs. iSomy Harper, iMr. 



of you have probably seen them 
at the water's edge on the beach 
in the summer time. This very 
small shell symbolizes snriaJl chil- 
dren to tl» Kings' Daughters Hos- Fiaconk).^ 
pital. Thus, th^r yearly ball for 
the benefit of diildren has been 
called the Coquina Ball. 

Al Gates and his orchestra kept 
the crowd in a gay and danclrg 



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Mrs. <E. A. trugman. iMr. )uid ^rg. 



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Selvey land Mr. i^ firs. A. jL 



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Pre-Nuptial Parties 

CHESAiPEAKE — Miss Lj^y 
H. Williams, whose marriage to 
Charles Lee Ma=^on. Jr., of Vir- 
gmia Beach will take place on 
June 18, was entertained on May 
6th at a miscellaneous shower The 
hostesses were Mrs. Willie Lee 
HoScwell and her daughter, Mrs. 
Ray Wilson. The party was held 
in the home of Mrs. Wilson, Ca*- 
tlewood Terrace, Great Bridge. 

The guests present, in additltm 
to the bride-elect, were Mrs. B. 
Murray Williams; Mrs. L. Bel- 
mont Williams, Mrs. Belle L. Yan- 
<fie, Mrs. Ella L. Webb, Mrs. 
Charles Lee Mascn, Sr., Mrs. Mi- 
chael iTTAdn of Altavi^a, Mrs. R. 
Lee Carey, Mrs. Frarfc ReDavid, 
Mrs. Robert Jones, Mrs. David 
Harris, Mrs. Randolph B. Ives, 
Mrs. Wayne McClain, Mrs. Daniel 
St£^p, Mrs. Lawrence A. Peebles, 
Mrs. Preston B. Basnight, Misses 
Linda Williams, Peggy Worth, 
Pansy Hudler, Betty Ann Car^y. 
Joyce Stanley, Geraldine Love- 
lace, and Sandra Fordham. 

Misses Susie Hemdon, P^gy 
Worth and Pansy Hudler, class- 
mates of Miss Williams, enier- 
tained on May 9tii at a pre-nup- 
tial party. The party was held in 
the Meredith Alumnae House, on 
the canpus at Meredith College, 
Ralei^, North Carolina. 



Grayson Whitelmrst, Jr., ^liss Dr. and ^Irs. W- iP. iDickson, ^r., 

Barbara (Ann ISwlft. (Mr, ^d Mrs. Mr. |and (Mrs. IFloyd iPirtrick. fMr. 

Wm. (J. Vaughan, Dr. )ind '.>Irs. and Mrs. jRobert jSimpson, i^Ir. 

R. v. /Edwards, (Mr. (and Mrs. A. and Mrs. H. iS. /jreamer, Mr. )ind 

G. Alexander, Mr. and (Mrs. «(Wm. ivfri (Reeves Johnson land IVHT'jand 

mood. Many times in covering the Meagher, and |Mr. (and Mrs. ^Al- Mrs. Wyndham Prown. i 
special occasions for Party Line fred jBevan. ' . / 

you can feel a sense of duty rath- Mr. land (Mrs. iDave |Stonn<mt, The names 1 have mentioned 

er than enjoyment, but the at- Jr., iMr. and Mra. INed Ijiianghome, were just a few of those attending 

mosphere was so full of gaiety Mr. Innd (Mrs. ]Frank iGallagher, and 1 am sorry we were ncrt: able 

that I am sure if it started out as Mr. |and Mrs. )John ipreston, ^Ir. to give all of the names. If I did 

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VIRGINIA BEAGH - The Aux- 

ili^ of the General Hospital cf 
Virginia Beaqb ins^lkd new offi- 
cers at its general ^npual meet- 
ir.g Iveld. recently ,i|i tlj^ staffs din- 
ing room. They are Mrs. Bernard 
Battkman, president; Mrs. Wil- 
liam B. Baldwin, vice president; 
Mrs. C. M. Baylor Jr., recording 
secretary; Mrs. William R. Huck, 
corresponding secretary; and Mrs. 
William K. Rcmesar, treasurer. 

The outgoing president, Mrs. C 
U. Walkley, presided and annual 
reports from all standing emnmit- 
tees were heard with Mrs. C. M. 
Gimbert acting as parliamentar- 
ian. Mrs. Gimibert is state presi- 
dent of the organized Virginia par. 
iiamentarians. 

Mrs. Walkley announced that the 
Auxiliary had grown to 500 and 
that two new (gjits. The Florence 
Nightingale ana the Cavalier Cir- 
cle of King's Daugbtersy ]|»d been 
formed. Both were creative in 
made by the Treasurer, who said, 
their many fund raising projects. 
The Gift Bar in The Coffee Shcp, 



nn enterprise sponsored by women 
ji The Star of tlie Sea Catholic 
C{iurch- is a successful reality, 
while the White Elephant Sale 
held in midyear at the Cavalier 
Beach and Cabana Club was a 
prosperous undertaking. A future 
project is planned to install ciwi- 
cle curtains and plaques in the In. 
tensive Care Unit. 

Sue Brook, director of the Pirk 
Ladies, reported that there were 
35 teenage girls who had given 
14,950 hours of their time during 
the past year. Perhaps the brief- 
est and most succinct report was 
"I've keipt the books and paid the 
biUs!" 



'Mrs. Gilmore L. Tilbrook, beau- 
tification chairman, reported the 
progress of the wooded Memorial 
Park in the area behind the Hos- 
pital with its newly planted pine 
tree seedlings. This place will bo 
improved through the years with 
donations in memory of a loved 
one. 

"Will y(m pledge your loyal sup. 
port and effort to cooperate' in 
every way with the principles and 
aims of this hospital?" asked Mrs. 
Gimbert. The officers and entire 
membership of the auxiliary an- 
swered: "I will." 



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(to her right) pause for the camera after the coffee in her home for 
potential YWCA members, (photo by Cassandra) 

Co/fees Being Held 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The mem- 
bership Committee of the Virginia 
Beach YWCA is continuing its se- 
ries of neighborhood coffeeg all 
over the l^ach for two weeks 
which started with a kick-off cof- 
fee at Mrs. Harold Kellan's 
home on 7Ist Street and another 
at the home df Mrs. Elmer Tar- 
rail at 1045 Curlew Drive. The 
purpose of these coffees is to ac- 
quaint potential members with the 
aims and purposes of this world- 
wide organization. In t!ie forsee- 
^le future there will be a YWCA 
building at Virginia Beach. The 
present office is located at 300 
Pacific Avenue where it overflows 
with activity classes and person- 
nel. More room is needed. 

Other hostesses who gave cof- 
fees are Mrs. Soencer Lott of 
Birdneck Road; Mr'. Robert Pea- 
bjj^y, Brandon Road; Mrs. Irving 
Gentry, with Mrs. Poacher Gregg, 
N. Bay Shore Drive; Mrs. John 
Goode and Mrs. William Vaughan, 
Ridge Road; Mrs. A. F. Spicuzza, 
Rudee Heights; Mrs. Joseph Sad- 
ler, Great Neck Road; Mrs. E. C. 
Miller, Blackbeard Road; Mrs. 
Robert J. Steinhilber, Thalia; Mrs. 



Billy Winston, Kings Grant; and 
Mrs. Burks Tankersley, 26th St. 

Mrs. Littletoh B. Walker, AJan- 
ton; Mrs. Rhae Adams and Mrs. 
gamud Mason. Princess Anne 
Hills arai Mrs. Hayiward Denyes 
with Mrs. Maury Malbon, Cheso- 
peian Colony, will also give cof- 
fees for prosipective members. 

The yard at the home of Mrs. 
W. D. Williams Jr.. 712 North 
Gate Court in Princess Anne Pla- 
za bloomed with spring flowers 
last week for the girls who gather- 
ed there to hear of the "Y" at 
Virginia Beach over coffee and 
sweets. Her home, an American 
Colonial, was alive with girl talk, 
changing to the nuwe serious tc^ 
ics of politics, Viet Nam, childrei, 
etc., as Mrs. Williams, assisted 
by Mrs. Pete Frangenberg, both 

Y members, presented the true 
purpose of the, organization, ask- 
ing those present to join, and stat- 
ing how VirgiiHa Beach needs a 

Y building c'f its very own. 
Mrs. Williams had telephoned 

over 50 names in her neighbor- 
hood, and had worked hard for 
her coffee and her cause. It was 
an enthusiastic group. 



Pocahontas Village 
Garden Club 

KEMPSVILLE - Mrs. J. E. 
Davis has been elected president 
of the Pocahontas Village Garden 
Club to serve for the coming year 
at the recent meeting held in the 
h(Jrtte bf^s: B. J.' Kenriialill.' (::<):• 
hosfess was Mrs. CHner Fortin. 

Other officers elected were Mrs. 
Andrew Johnson, fir.st vice presi- 
dent; Mrs, J. T. Godwin, second 
vice president; Mrs. D. V. Bar- 
rios, recording secretary; Mr.-. B. 
T. M'cCullotgh, corresii^onding sec- 
retary; Mrs. Omer Fortin. traas- 
urer; and Mrs. B. J. Kendall, his- 
torian. > 

Plans have been made to hold 
the annual luncheon and installa- 
tion of ifficrrs at Ih? White Heron 
Motel, Laikin Road, on May 14. 
Mrs. S. G. Ireland, a national ac- 
credited judge, will be the install- 
ing C'flicer. 

Mrs. E. B. Forrest presented an 
interes/ling talk on the care and 
planting of Roses, 

Blue ribbons were awarded to 
Mrs. Foriin. Mrs. Davis, Mrs. 
Godwin, Mrs. Riter and Mrs. Ken- 
daM. 

Mrs. A. Carroll was a welcomed 
guest at the meeting. 



Elected 

VIRGIINU BEACH - Miss Lin- 
da Pearl Batcheler, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Batcheler, 
has been elected social chairman 
of Alpha Phi Fraternity at Roa- 
noke College, Salem, Virginia. Al- 
„pha phi,„.fln^i of the oldest social 
sororities w women, was founded 
in 1872 at Syracuse University, Sy- 
racuse, New York. It now has 
over 35,000 members and had in- 
stalled 88 collegiate chapters.. 

Miss Batche^.er is a rising savior 
majoring in mathematics. She was 
treasurer of her pledge class and 
was named Pledge of the Year in 
1964. She has also served as treas- 
urer of the active chapter. She 
has also served as President of 
her dormitory and President of 
the Westminster Fellowship. She 
is a member of the Freslnnan Ad- 
visory Council. Recently she was 
elected President of the W(Mnen's 
Student Government, on which she 
has served for two years. 

Scholastically Miss Batdidw 
has attained both first and sec<»Ki 
honors. She is a member of Car- 
dinal Key women's letwiership hon- 
orary and a member of U»e math- 
ematics seminar. 



By DORIS PADRICK 

The two points on whidi many 
feel will defeat one of the can^- 
dates for City Council are her 
pr.me assets and her main reason 
foi running Ijt a siat with that 
govtrnng bady, dac-Iares Lois Nel- 
son, w^o is olbvioasly a "wo.Tian," 
and a declared "Hapublican." An- 
other minoi* objection which is 
also whisnered about her qjaKfi- 
cations is that she is an "ou'sid- 
er." S!:e cxTsid^rs all iivee points 
to be in her favor. 

Mrs. Nelson is qiiiite honestly an 
outsider. Sie was barn in Oak 
Paik, Illinois. She graduated from 
Tucson High School in Arizona and 
ittendsd the University of Ari- 
zona. She lived for a while in 
Toledo, Ohio with her husband's 
parents aifter his tragJc death four 
weeks after their marriage. He 
was Lt. Jay R. Thompson and 
was killed in the crash of a B-24. 
The young widow remained with 
his family until her 21st birthday 
when ^ etdisted as a piktt in the 
WiASP and went to Avenger FieW 
in Sweetwater, Tex. She served 
for approximately two years and 
then returned to Toledo where she 
coinpleted her cotfege educati<»i, 
and worked at vffl'ious jobs re- 
quiring intelligence and good sense 
in position^ of responsibility. She 
also serv^ vokintarily in many 
civic endeavors. 

Employed by the Arizona 
Broadcasting Company, she was 
traffic manager for six radio and 
two television stations from 1962 
to 1954. Married to Karl R. Nel- 
son who was manager of WIOU- 
TV in Erie. Pennsylvania in July, 
1954, they m6ved to Virginia 
Beach in September 1967. 

And since making Virginia 
Beach their home, she has con- 
stantly sought out area^ where 
she might give of herself "and her 
time. The American Red- Cross 
has been one of her most impor- 
tant outlets for her boundless en- 
ergy and unlimited compassion for 
those less-fortunate than she. 

"We who come to Vir^nia 
Beach from other parts of the 
country settle here because we 
Uke it. And we don't come to spoil 
it; we want to improve it— to give 
our adapted city all the good that 
is in us," stated Mrs. Nelson in 
her interview. "I want the chance 
to '(^>en the door' for others who 
' have also come here to live and 
who feel they have something to 
give to Virginia Beach." 

About her runnii^ as a Repub- 
lican, Mrs. Nelson says that she 
feels that a city as large as Vir- 
ginia Beach, growing so fast, that 



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LdtS NELSON 

a two-jMffty ^wernment is of ut- 
most importance for it to grow 
in an aduh fa^i(m. There are 
many Refwblicans livmg in the 
City art} tfi*y ^uld have a voice 
in how Virginia Beach wiH be gov- 
erned." To truly reflect the wishes 
of the growmg pot)ulation, a Re- 
publican must be on City Council," 
she insists. 

And a woman's viewpoint would 
be invalusfcle in areas which are 
often neglected by men, she be- 
lieves. Lois >felson feels strongly 
that more could be done by a 
woman to help the police depart- 
ment and the juvenile and domes- 
tic courts with the prd)lems which 
confront them as personal trage- 
dies of families in this city. "We 
have thousands of military fami- 
lies here who are without fatliers 
for long periods of time. The City 
has to take over some of the prob- 
lems which overwhelm these fam- 
ilies." , 

"Those who are 'informed and 
curious,' who have much to give 
to the city are the ones who will 
help Virginia Beadi grow into the 
kind ol City we can all be proud 
of," she concluded. 

Lois Nelson, a woman Ropdoli- 
can who came into the city less 
than 10 years ago, is informed 
and curious. She is campaigning 
hard to win a seat as one of the 
Councilliii«i-at-large, so she can 
represent the entire city, wherever 
she is needed. She considers her- 
se¥ "the constructive candidate.'' 



VmCIiNIA BEACH - Cavalier 
Garden Club, which sponsored the 
recent Litterbug poster and essay 
conttsL at Linkhorn Pa;k Ele.nen. 
tary School, was very pleased 
with the resionse a.nd en'^usias.ii 
with whioh b.th tea: hers aiid stj. 
dents participated in tl.e c.ty- 
wide conleJ. of the Virginia Bee ;h 
Council d Garden Clubs. 

lit was report .d to the club that 
there were seveaty-Lhree posters 
plus ten essay entries. Mrs. Mat- 
ters siiJ.h graci- parlic' ated 100 
percent with each chi!d creatine 
either a poster or writing an es- 
say. 

Free ica cream was given to 
Mrs. Ansell's f.flh grade for their 
participation. Caih prizes were 
given to the school winners and 
free theatr^ passes were pres3nted 
to the winners in each class. 

First prize winner at Linkhcrn 
was Jeanne Price who was award, 
ed $5 for her poster-essay contri- 
bution; Margaret Skinner won sec- 
ond place and $2.50 for her pos- 
ter; and the second place essay 
winner was Pattie Hanbrick who 
received $2.50. 

"Kie winning posters are now 
beir^ displayed throughout the 
city. 



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k\i\kk\ti\t\ki tk\j9rikAi. wc.c;k u ueuig ceieiimtev iwaiiy a* lue 
Gencrid Hos|dtar of Virginia Beach all this weelc A large pictorial 
dif|riay of (he hospital departments and Tarioaf personnel are dis- 
played i» tile maio lobby. Iliese pretty girls, (left to right), Miss 
Jnmy fitoelUags, secretary to the Director of Nurses, and Miss Floss'e 
HodgnuD, lecretary lo the Administrator, are among the many hard- 
woriwrs at the hoai^tal. 

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Paula Coussens, Pete Day, and 
Earl Neel Jr. are members of the 
Chowan College Touring Choir 
which has been on a recent tour 
of schools and churches in eastern 
North Carolina. 

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James P. Landis, a graduate of 
Princess Anne High School and 
now a junior at Babson's College 
of bjsiness administration in Mass' 
adiusetts, has been elected Master 
of Rituals of Alpha Kappa Psi, 
a national business fraternity at 
the coUege. 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Bunt- 
ing and their grandson, EJarl Wise 
III, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. 
M. W. Hineline visited in Louis- 
ville, Kentucky for the Kentucky 
Deity- "ftey were the guests of 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilder. 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hartley 

Callis Jr. announce the birth of 
tlieir fourth child, second daugh- 
ter, Ann Caroline, on Anril 25 in 
N-rfalk Gener?^ Ho vtal. Mrs. 
C^Kis is the fomer M'ss Ann 
"-'h — (]"'"'''(■ r nf Mr. a^d 
Mrs. Shirley L. Hanbury of Ports- 
mouth. Mr. Callis is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Callis cf Nor. 

f3:k. 



Mr. ard Mrs. Charles A. Taylor 
III of ArlinHon a"d Norfolk an- 
nwnce the birth of their first child, 
a daughter, .loanns Lacv, on Feb- 
ruarv 28 in Columb'a SC Before 
her marriage Mrs. Taylor was 
Mi^s Suzanne T. BsTitist, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Goode 
Raotist of Arlington and Virginia 
Beach. Mr. favlor is attending the 
University of South Carolina Law 
School at Columbia. He is a son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Tay- 
lor Jr. of Washington, D. C. and a 
grandson cf Mrs. James R. Elliott 
of Norfolk. 



Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hu^es 
Ji . announce the birth of theu- 
third child, fir^ daughta*, Amy 
Elizabeth, on March 7 in the Gen- 
eral Hospital of Virginia Beach. 
Mrs. Hughes is the former Miss 
Fay Elizabeth Johns<m daughter 
of Mrs. William C. Johnson of 
Nofolk and the late Mr. Johnson. 
Mr! Hughes is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs.' George E. Hughes of Norfolk. 



Virginia Beach SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1966 

Page 3-A 



ENGAGEMENTS 




Timothy Finchem has been elec- 
ted treasurer of next year's soph- 
omore class at Richmond College 
of the University of Richmond. A 
member d the University Debate 
Team, he ran as an independent 
in the election. The son of Sgt. 
and Mrs. Harold W. Finchem of 
835 Hopwood Lane, Finchem was 
graduated last year from Princess 
Anne High School where he was 
senior class president and a de- 
bate award wmner. He was also 
recipient d the senior class schol- 
arship. 



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Fublished Every Thurscby 
Ami The Viinmia Beach News 

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LET'SDOySE THQSE LIGHTS I 



A Fine AAaster Plan For The Future 



Pubik fc^ums are now being lield in 
all sections of Virginia Beach acquaint- 
ing the residents of our city with the 
contents of the new parks and recrea- 
tion master plan. The plan is being 
heralded by most citizens as ambitious 
and excellent. We agree with both ob- 
servations. And we also believe that the 
master plan must be enacted if Virginia 
Bei^h is to take its rightful place as a 
city unparalleled by none. The plan has 
come not a moment too soon, and its 
Implementation mu^t not be hindered. 

Thwe is a somewhat painful realiza- 
tion in Virginia Beach that open land for 
recreational purposes is rapidly vanish- 
lr>g with urbanization. There are many 
reasons for this situation in Virginia 
Beach. The city has grown three-fold in 
fifteen years, and should have a popu- 
lation of a half million twenty years 
from now. 

Land for recr§ation and parks will be 
extremely important in the future as 
Income increases, population continues 
to grow and citizens have more and 

more time for teiiufe. 

■•* »^ f 

The master plan for parks and open 
spaces has set certain standards 0^ 
goals, from which we hope the city Of- 
ficials will not swerve, while the land is 
still available. The National Recreational 
Association has suggested an overall 30 
acres per thousand persons for all forms 
of recreation. This should prove to be a 
ronservative figure in Virginia Beach 
because so many of our park areas are 
already used and will continue to be 
used by residents from the entire metro- 
politan areas, other areas and even out- 
of-staters. We need both neighborhood 
and community parks and district and 
^ time to do something about it is 
now. 

At present the only major neighbor- 



Plant Your 1966 Petunias 



hood parks are connected with schools, 
and these are not large enough or do 
not offer adequate facilities for all. Vir- 
ginia Beach has no community parks to 
serve the needs of its people. We do 
have two large district parks in opera- 
tion, but they are rather far removed 
from the centers of populaion. In addi- 
tion we need more roadside rests and 
waysides and open land preserves. We 
cannot put the development of any of 
these off any longer. Land is still avail- 
able right now, but development in the 
next five years should entirely preclude 
the creation of new parks. .The land 
should, therefore, be set aside imme- 
diately. 

We have stated many times before 
that Virginia Beach needs public boat 
marinas as wellt and that in a city so 
oriented to recreational pleasures not 
enough has been done for the promo- 
tion of our natural resources. Now is 
the time to dp all this. Now is the time 
to get behind the city officials who have 
developed the master plan for recrea- 
tion. Now is the time to support the 
creation of all types of parks and recrea- 
tion areas to serve both our residents 
and our tourist friends in the future. 

In addition we agree with the plan- 
ners that we must preserve our heri- 
tage. We believe the city officals should 
begin working closely with the Virginia 
Historical Society to preserve our his- 
toric landmarks in Virginia Beach. There 
are still many good examples of the 
early days of our country left in Vir- 
ginia Beach, and they must not be de- 
stroyed, as have been too many old 
landmarks here already. They must not 
be destroyed in the name of progress. 

We strongly support the aims of the 
planners where recreational areas are 
concerned, and urge all citizens of Vir- 
ginia Beach to do the same. 





(Continued From Page lA) 
mcTtting. He wa« aJso gueS d 
hwoor at a Imdieon sponswed by 
tho tCbesapeAs Be«i> Men's Club. 

to his speech to <^mpaigD 
Wwksrs at a.eateasl, ^ng <«o«-'' 
han-fflnered at tamhx themas 
against Robertson. He says be 
base; ths nrKiin tbru^ a his ca.u- 
paign on active r^reKaitation i;i 
WasJrirgton, witii a positive ap- 
proach to probI«a». He said that 
representation tm^ be o^ered by 
perscns g;ared ta chMge. 

Spofag, whJe not direct'.y hittiag 
£t Rv oertjon's age, said Virgii.ia 
needs a man ol tiiis century in 
Was^iir.glon. In addit.on, he again 
Etiacked Robertson's attendance 
record in Congress, sayii^ that in 
1934, Robertson had tihe fau '.h 
worst attendMce record in the 
Secate. 

This charge has been rejudisted 
bv Serxte Majority Lcadar Mans- 
fir'd, who has said th-:t R:b2rt- 
son's votiix;' record do8s not for the 



icGit |»«t inScite i^f0tian toe 
other WMOjM i$m ^wil busi- 
ness CMcmm$ die leipay^t 
c<ma!nit«ees OA nd^ be «ir¥^ 

Spccg al» M^K^ItsiBd^a^'n 
votAg reoud to OpnpNi ^ain 
stating he hi» wHedlifUpt ei^ 
major educi^oa bfl in the S»ate 
in the kst ta> years. 

Robertson is expested to answer 
many of the Spong chaifei wi^n 
he visits Vvglnia Beach. 

Senator Harry f. 9^ A. was 
^ '"eiffiy ksi" cBBipugfm in 
Virginia Seach. Ee made his 
round d receptions a::d speeches 
la.it maoih. He i^ be back in Vir- 
ginia &:ach on Saturday, May 21, 
as civilian icar^l of the Anned 
Forces l>&y fsaad^ 

C©.T.vaJgn a(Aivity for the July 
primary has jddeed up considerab- 
ly in recent weeks, as the four 
candidates woo voters of Vii^ia 
Beech in their bids for iiomina- 
ticn. "^^ ' 



Council Denies 



Jhe Tall Thin One-Eyed Monsters 



ciates beauty, and this campaign cer- 
tainly creates beauty. Look around and 
see what has been accomplished in the 
past. It should make all of us want to 
cooperate with the current canipaign 
to Virginia Beach an even more beauti- 



At this season of the year the cam- 
paign urging residents of Virginia 
Beach to plant petunias is "old hat." 

Most of us have heard of the campaign '^^ -^"-^ whkhTo live 
for several years. But that does not "^ 

mean that we should ignore it this 
year. In fact, we should all jofn in this 
year, as we have never done before, 
sirKe we can now look around us and 
see the beauty that has come of prev- In a city like Virginia Beach that de- 

lous campaigns. pends so greatly on tourism, one must 

In addition this year, the City of Vir- plan ahead to keep the economy stable 
ginia Beach has taken an active lead in ^n yg^^ Qne aspect of that economy is 
the project. The city has planted pe- ^^^,^^^^^^ convention business. We 



Planning Far Ahead 



Along several streets in Virginia 
Beach Borough stand tall, thin, silvery 
and gold monsters with one large red 
eye visible most of the year. During the 
rest of the year, they are known to eat 
coins of several denominations. While 
they eat, they are heard to tick con- 
tentedly. These scourges of drivers 
with no change in their pockets come 
to life again on Monday and woe be 
unto the motorist who ignores their 
hungry looks. 

There is absolutely no law on the 
books of Virginia Beach which sets the 
time of the year that parking meters 
are in operation. Yet unofficially there 
is no charge from some arbitrary time in 
September to some arbitrarv time in 
May. this is a little publicized fact, and 
the unwary visitor to Virgir^ia Beach 
during those months dutifully feeds the 
monsters not knowing the things are 
supposed to be sleeping with that one 
red eve wide open. Of course, the year- 
round residents laugh up their sleeves 
when they see someone feed the mon- 
sters in the off-season because they 
know the animals do not need feeding. 

Until the last few years, the City of 
Virginia Beach took the meters off the 
meter poles when motorists were not 
expected to pay, and put them back 
later, but now the meters sit there dar- 
ing the unsuspecting citizens not to put 
money in. 

It is our opinion that an appropriate 
sign should be affixed to each meter 
designating the period of the year the 
motorist is expected to pay. The daily 
time limits are posted. The amount of 
the fee is posted. The time of the year 
could be posted too. We do not feel it 
is fair of the City to collect monev it 
does not deserve. Of course the City 
can answer this by saying that it DOES 
deserve the money and that it is mere- 



ly being kind to permanent residents. 
If that be the case, that fact should be 
noted on the meters too. 

Regardless, the meters go into sum- 
mer operation Monday, and best no one 
forget to feed the animaJs then. 



(Continued From Page 1-A) 
The Ma\iberry Inc. anplication 
was turned down because the 
P'anning Cciiimi5sion recommend- 
ed that the petition be denied be- 
caise "the d2velopm8nt of mul- 
tiple housing at the location wi'.l 
bring urban pressures to bear en 
th's rural Lommiunity and result 
in the overcrowding of schojls and 
the high volume of traffic on the 
roads. The crmmission is of the 
opinion that the city is not in a 
pcsiticn at this time to accept a 

Adult Workshop 

NC'RFOLK-.^ddt Sunday School 
teachers, officers, and class mem. 
bers in the Baptist Churohes of 
the Norfolk Association will rar- 
ticipate in a two-day Adult Work- 
shop, May 1&-17. 

Sessions will be held at the Nor- 
view Baptist Church from 7:15- 
9: 15 on Monday evening and from 
9:30 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. and 7:15 
p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday. 



Mr. L. H. Johnson and Mrs.' 
J.hn Siscmore of Nashville, Ten- 
STOP Comes To Virginia Beach '^"^sec wm serve en the faculty 

® • abnj with Mr. Dennis Conniiff of 

Jackson, Mississipipi; Mrs. A. Dan 
Bates, of Green. i':oro. North Car- 
olina; and Dr. Claude W. White 
of the Virginia Baptist Sunday 
Sohool Department. 



Ordinarily we are somewhat dubi- 
ous of federal funds coming to our 
fair city because of the federal controls 
that usually come with or follow closely 
behind. However in the case of federal 
funds from the Southeastern Tidewater 
Opportunity Project (STOP) to be used 
in revitalizing life in Seatack, we will 
make an exception, and we will hope 
that the funds can be used to the best 
purposes to^elp residents of that area 
in every way to help themselves. 

Seatack is in much need of aid, both 
financial and otherwise. The work has 
already begun, and we look to its suc- 
cess. In the area there is widespread 
poverty and ignorance, passed along 
from generation to generation. We 
hope STOP can halt this perpetuation of 
bad conditions and help the people 
break the chains. 

Basically what is needed there is edu- 
cation of the residents. They must learn 
about birth control and family plan- 
ning. They must attend schools provid- 
ed by the city. They must avail them- 
selves of the opportunities that do exist. 

We do not favor welfare where it is 
not deserved, and we do not suggest 
that ail of the residents of Seatack need 
hefp. Many are doing nicely in their 
own homes and in good jobs. The prob- 
lems in Seatack are not as widespread 
as some would have us believe, but 
they do exist. We welcome STOP to 
Virginia Beach and lo'bk forward to the 
program's success in Seatack. 



In addition to messages on such 
subjects as "Today's Adult," "Un. 
darstanding the Adult Learner," 
and "Hc'oing Class Memb?rs in 
Lesson "Preparation" there will be 
"-.lanning sessions for Surday 
School work, discussion ;; the new 
"Life and Work Curriculum," and 
a dsT.onslration Sunday School 
lesson. 

Special conferences for pastors 
and general cfficers will be indud- 
ed in the program. 



development d this nature in the 
area." 
In other action councU: 

• Welcomed new assistant City 
Attorney J. Dale Bimson, a re- 
cent graduate (rf the Univwsitv 
of Richmond law ssMooi. 

• Authorized Oceana Fire De- 
partment to purchase a new truck. 

« Allocated $10,000 fcr the Bu- 
reau of Civil Defense for repairs 
to vdiicles and equipmeiA. ' 

• Advanced the needed $250,- 
000 for sewer lines alo^g Inde- 
pendence Boulevard. 

• Approved on second readiiig 
$41,000 for the operation of a Wag. 
line in Princess Anpe Plaza and 
dredging operations. 

• A;iproved a request of $3,500 
from the city attorney's office. 

Friends Retreat 

VIRGINW BEACH - Dr. How- 
ard Thurman, nationally known 
author, lecturer and nreacher, 
s_>ent the weekend at Virginia 
Beach as leader of a Friends 
(Quakar) Retreat held at Tihe 
Breakbrs Hotel. 

Dr. Thunr.an was selected by 
Life Magazine a? one of .Ameri- 
ca's ten gre:..est preachers. He 
recently retired as Minister-at- 
Large of B3ston University. He 
founded and for many years was 
pastor of the Fellowship d All 
feoples in San Francisco, the first 
inter-faith, inter-racial church in 
the Uni,'.ed States. 

Dr. Tjiurman nas rpent the win- 
ter academic term at the Earl- 
ham Sciliocd of Religion in Rich- 
mond, Indiana, leading faculty 
and students in the spiritual dis- 
ciplines cf worship. 

Over A'e hundred men and 
w\,men gathered at The Breakers 
lo share in one of the richest ex- 
periences ever made available in 
this area. 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



tgnias in the triangle in front of the 
Cavalier Hotel where Atlantic and Pa- 
cific Avenues come together, at City 
Hall in Princess Anne Borough and on 
^ triangle at 4th Street and Atlantic 
Avenue. More and more business es- 
tablishments along the boardwalk have 
also planted the petunias this year. Of 



therefpre congratulate the officials of 
the City of Virginia Beach and especially 
the Director of the Civic Center for 
landing a large convention for the 
Dome right after Labor Day. 

The Tidewater Citizens' Band (CB) 
Jamboree is scheduled in the Dome 



Man Sentenced 



OHjrM scKne who have planted in the September 17th and 18th. CB'ers from 



pASt have let the planting boxes fa 
into • state of disrepair thus creating 
«n eyescwe, but we feel certain these 
offenders will soon do something about 

tftis. 

Now we suggest that beautification 
by way of petunias is not a merely re- 
scNi ar^ project. Perhaps businessmen 
and b(yn«owners in ail other areas of 
the d^ cw follow %m Beach B«-ough's 

W« W9 toM by those w^ tew that 
#!• rwtt o>u^^ w^ltf will be i<ka 

tfor fiw^r^^wrwas, m¥i we |ite 



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all over Virginia will be here and many 
are expected to come from other 
states. Approximately 15,000 of these 
licensed citizen's band radio operators 
will be flooding Virginia Beach for 
their convention and trade show. 

In case you forget about the date, 
you will be aware they are here when 
you see many whip-like antennas on 
many automobiles on our city Streets. 

We dte gbd the CB'ers have chosen 
\rtrginia Beach and we congratulate 
the City offkdals for landing this con- 
vention so far ahead oi time. 



(Conti ued Frcm Page LA) 
when he turned on to Newt;wn 
Read, the car pulloi aknig side 
of bis and then forced him off 
the road. He said ^o armed men. 
one with a pi^l the other with 
a rifle, ware in the caTi 

The men forced Jfeinhard into 
their car aixi he^M back in 
the direction they had come. Tlje 
(kiver told Meinhard to k^p quiet 
01 he would kill him. Shortly alter 
tlat, Meinhard saki, the driver 
ktft contvri (rf Uk vehicle and 
it ran o^ tiK road (W a curve at 
Hawkins Inn. 

Tlie inver (K<d«ed Mdrfiard to 
posh the car Mit ot the twd, but 
whai he yelled for hdp the ban- 
dit ordered him inla a plowed 
field. lokJ him to strip to his un- 
dsrwcar a,nd get into a ditch. 

The driver, identified as Bafley, 
took Meinhard's keys, waOet and 
hii Mristv.aUii aod ikuMwied Uk 



c:.T.bir.a:ion to the safe at his 
store. 

.\t t'lat point, a police of'icer 
who was investigatiiig the acci- 
dent, saw the men in the ditch 
and arrested Bailey. Hadky. who 
had fled the scene earlier, was 
arrest«i later in a canetery two 
miles away. 

Police found several loMied fire- 
arms in the abduc|ia''s car after 
he was arreted. 

Midgett hsiaUed 

VTRGINLA BEACH - Janes H. 
MidgeR was ftstaUad as tbe new 
president (rf the W. T. Co<Ae Par- 
ent-Teachers Asscdaticn at the 
rcceittly .he 'd meitii^ ' 

Oti^- officers iKtaUed were 
Mrs. John Taliaferro for a sc:or.d 
term as correpoidng ^cretsry, 
and BIrs. J. T. CrQiSfrtitte Jr. ai 
treaatirer. 



Spring Concert 

VIRGL^IA BEACH - Kellam 
High Chad's annual spring choral 
cohcert will be held May 15 at 
3 p.m. in the sdiool auditorium. 
T.he girls' chorus, the corKert 
choir, the Kellamaires. Kellam- 
ettes and tto* Scops will partici- 
pate in the prc^am. 

S^red, secular and folk music 
•-'•ill be performed during the first 
lart ol the progran. TTie second 
haj of the progi^am is entitled, "A 
Sakrte to ft-oadway." F^tured 
nrmacals include: The King and I, 
Carousel. Camelot, Oklahoma. 
G^, and Can-Can. All music was 
selected and will be coirfucted by 
Mijs Anne Holland. KeUam's chor- 
us teacher. ' 

TickeU are $100 for akits and 
%M for ^udents. Tb^f can be 
purchased at the do«. Prrfks will 
bfe used to pay far tbs di^r vi^,. 



To the Editor: 

"The Comirig of the Cross," the 
beautiful wo^rk camposed by Prin- 
cess .Anne's own poetess, Mary 
Sinton Leitch, was presented in 
full costume under the auspices of 
the Princess Anne Garden Club 
at the Tiwrcughgocd House last 
April 2s;:h with little fanfare and 
much artistry and skill. It was so 
beautifully done that word cf ao- 
preciatisn, thanks and co.m-nen- 
dation is due those who partici- 
pated in the prcduction. 

The pageant was performed by 
the sUident* from Bavside High 
Sdi(x>l under the able direction of 
Mrs. Alice West, teacher of dra- 
matics in the high school. Both 
tlffi re.'iformers and ti:cir director 
are deserving of high praise. Di- 
rector Clark Graves' Madrigal 



Sngers of Princess Anne High 
School provided color and music, 
the very best of its kind and Mr. 
Douglas WaWorf's sccwts denwn- 
slrated their excellent and com- 
plete training in the manner in 
which they performed' their part. 
All in all it was a truly cultural 
event in our community which 
more of our peole should have 
seen. Mav we ask the pufcCication 
of this note es a word of thanks 
and appreciation fro-n the Prin- 
cess Anne Garden Club to each 
member cf the cast of "The Com- 
ing of the Cro?s"; the Bayside 
High School, Princess Anne Mad- 
rigal Singers and the scouts. 
Sincerely yours, 
Elizc-beth H. paKta" 
Chairman for Garden Week 
Princess Anne Gai^n Club 



- PROCLAMATION 



Wl PREAS. tte President cf the United States hai designated the 
.TK^i c; May, laS as Senior (Ckizens Month; ajrf 

¥.:HERE.\S, pii>!ic suffort fof and interast in the cr.ployment of 
Off Seaicr Citis^ns is beii^ urged; ai^ 

WKERE.AS, millions of these workers have already demfflttrMed 
that age alcn* is not an hKurmauHable barrier to elficient wA pro- 
ductive latxH"; 

NOW, TliERIFORE, I FrarJt A. Dusch, Mayor of the City of 
Vffpnia Beach, do KC askle ari proclaim the moith of May ©S3 as 

SBMIOR Cma3« M0N1H 

I urge all kcal gowrmnsatd ^encies, as well as ptAlic and jffivate 
oi^ailzatias, aiK* all dtizens, to give etfeetive e^Kession b> this 
s|»cal month. Lrt us nndK ftis ir^ith oirt^ajdii^ by giving full 
si?j»;t to th^ ccmmon cflorts of public and priva'e agencies that are 
w«fc g tcft'bCT t3 taia-ove Um added years whidS cur dviMxatiaa 
has mKte ^<»sib'£ Us so many of our citizen. 
Given iBid«r my haiul this 9tli day of May. IS^ 
frank A- Oisch, M^w 
(^ oi Vir^iut Beacb 



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DOUGLAS DILL of the "DD" Ranch, Virgtaiia Beac}i. making a terrific bare back ride on a horse will 
participate this Saturday night at 7 PM Aid 1:30 Sunday at the Tidewater Western Riders and South- 
side Uaa Club "SHODEO" to be beld at Greenbrier Farms, Military Highway, (photo by Haycox) 

Actions Endorsed 
By Beach Pilot 

VIRGvNIA iBEACH - A Navy 
pilot from Virginia Be^h, who 
was shot down over North Viet 
Nam and captured by the North 
Viethamese, said that he su'^rts 
his governments actions in Viet 
Nan during a television interview 
carrie<} on ^ thfce netwo^ Sun- 
day. , 

Cdr. Jerimiah A. Denton, Jr., 
told a Japanese interviewer that 
he wouCd support America's ac- 
tion's "until the day I die." 

Denton and Lt. Wi'Iiam M. 
Tsdiudy, his bombardier-navigator, 
also of Virginia Beach, para<muted 
to safety when their ktS. Intruder 
was shot down while bonihii^ a 
port facility at Thanh Hao, boated 
some 80 miles frcm Hanoi. 

■Hie men were attached to Car- 
rier Air Wing Seven which is sta- 
tioned at Oc-eana Naval Air Sta- 
tion. They were the first ones from 
their group to be lost. The Air 
Wing was deployed to Viet Nam 
aboard the carrier Independoice. 

Because the Norft Vietnamese 
permitted the interview with Den- 
ton has led to the soeculation that 
the Ccmmunists mi^t be interest- 
ed in making a prisoner exchange. 

The International Red Cross is 
investigating the pcssi)ility of an 
exchange. 



41. List: abbh 

42. Rose fruit 
44. Burmese 

language 




Paul Hariton Michj^l, son of 
brothers and pledges of Alpha Phi 
who have launched the distribu- 
tion of complimentary Summer 
Theatre 1M5 programs to buaness 
and rjrofessional establishments in 
the Gfeenville area. 



py 9)0UGLAS (BARNES 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The tide- 
water Lions, District 24D, has 47 
clubs. The Princess Amie Lions 
dub is oidy 1 year old but finds 
itself dosely knit with fiie needs 
oi the community it serves. It pro- 
motes sight conservation for tlie 
woit of the bUnd, civic imfrove- 
ments, safety, education, health 
and welfare, citizenship and pa- 
triotism, and grow^th guidance. 

Clicers are Stanley PhiHips, 
{{H-esidcnt; Ben Wroten, vice pres- 
ide!^; Ed Koster, second vice 
president; Aubrey Watts, secretary 
treasurer; and members are Wal- 
t«- N. AMord, Klly W. Ballou, 
Anckew J- Canada, MeHvin D. 
Cooper, William H. Crews, Danny 
M. Dillion, Page L. Eaton, Wil- 
lian E. Godvin, Raymond J. 
Jones, Authur H. Jurgeftson, Rob- 
ert B. Kendall, Lanfcford D. Mal- 
bone, Edward G. 'Mil<me, AJvin L. 
Rodgers, Harry A. Sawyer, Hor- 
ace C Shirley, Earl M. Tebadt, 
George Tepo, James A. Tye, Cal- 



OpensMay20 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Seaside 
Amusement Padc at Vii^ginia 
Beach will open its Krd season 
on Friday, May 20lh. 

A number of improvements have 
been m«le at the part in anticipa- 
tion of the new season. The for- 
mer single entrance to both the 
ballroom and tiie bathhouse has 
been done away with,y«u)d in its 
place are separate entrances. The 
ballroom has been enlarged, danc- 
ing space having been doubled in 
size, with more room provided for 
E5)ectators. 

The new Whip is the feature of 
the 1886 midway, with all the old 
favorites such as the ferns w^ieel, 
dodgem bun^r cars, merry-go- 
round, wWrl-a-way, and kiddielapd 
dl in^ull swing. 

Name dance bands will provide 
music for dancing this season, and 
all attractions wll be in operation 
on openii^ day, mdudii^, besides 
those features named, the amuse- 
ment and refreslHnent conces- 
sions. Another schedule of circus 
acts has been arrsmged as twice- 
a-day free attractions, with a 
change every week, beginning 
June 13. 

Miss Eleanor Duquet will return 
as the park's general manager for 
her 24tb year. Herbert Gallop, 
gepferaT' superintendent and ride 
foreman, boasts a teimre of equal 
lei^th. Herbert Wulf completes 
the executive staff in the role of 
superintendent of restaurants, re- 
fredwneik stands, the balhoom 
and bathhouse. ^ 

Admission to Seaside Amuse- 
ment Park is free. 



vin C. Upton, Jr., Charles E. 
Upton HI, Roland H. West, James 
W. WolicDtt m, James A. Can- 
twell, Jr., find Janes H. Wan- 
nall Jr. 

We weren't at the Kentiicky 
Derby to see Kauai King win, but 
we were at the first annual Lions 
CJub Horse Show staged at ffll- 
crest Stables, Hillcrest Farms on 
the same day where everjijbing 
and everybody was "horsey." 

Lunoh we enjoyed at the HiM- 
crest Hunt Cli& with stabla-s-all 
doorways, saddles and bridles 
hailing around the waUs. Citaiion 
and Whirlaway and other horses' 
names were on the walls. Long 
wooden tdi)les with comfortable 
sofas and chairs in an indoor gar- 
den formed a recreation area 
where fashionably costumed riders 
with crcr?s and boots spoke "tally- 
ho" language. 

Behind tJie couirter, Stanley Phil- 
lips, Ed Koster and Earl Tebault 
were selling hot dogs, haxburgers, 
lemonade and co£fee to the crowds 
whose appetites werfe whetted by 
the spring air. 

Outside othw Liwis were sz^fling 
brooms as well as door mats, dry 
mcps and ironing board covers- 
all nvade in the blind workshcps. 
All the men wore yellow csps and 
happy smiles. 

friie show lasted from 9 a.ra. to 
6 p.m. In the morning were Pony 
Warm Up, Horse Warm Up, Stu- 
dent over Fences, Pole Bending, 
Western Pleasure Class and Pony 
Pleasure Class. After lunch wer« 
Open Jumpers, Junior Workil^ 
Hunters, Pony Working Huntersr- 
outside course. Green Working 
Hunters, Pleasure Horse Class, 
Barrel Races, and climaxed by 
Western CXtampionship Riding. 

What does a Green Hunter Class 
mean? "This is a class open to 
horses and ponies that have not 
been hunted with a recognized 
pack of h(mnd§ for more than one 
season, etc." explains the pro- 
gram. 

"Never say 'taHy-ho' to a fox" 
is a wdl-known line from "Carni-/ 
val" but at a horse s}iow you can 
say it to a LION! 



Shead To 
Sp^ak Sal 

ymcmiA mAcrd - Norm 

awad. qi^erback for the P!ull- 
8{b]r;hia Eagles will be tbe fea- 
tured ^>e^ker at the first annual 
Virginia Beach Prep Football Clin- 
ic to be heM at the Americana 
Hotel. 

The clinic, a brain-child of El- 
mer Barbour and BiU O'Brien, will 
last tvro days. 

Snead will not be the only 
speaker of the clinic, however. 
Other guest speakers include Ju- 
lie Conn, track coach at Newport 
Nerjvs, Ed Hemy, backfield coach 
at ViMI, Thad Madden of Newport 
News' Ibumington High. Tommy 
Theodost of Charlottesville's Lane 
Hi^, Bill Eutsler of Rockii^ham, 
N.C. and Bill BiHmgs of Dela- 
ware. 

The sipeaksrs wiE cover all as- 
pects of footJball, from oMense to 
defense to coaching to psychology. 

The theme of the clinic is "Prep 
Coac'nirjg by Prep Coaches." 



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Virginia Beach SUN, THURSDAY, AAAY 12, 1966 




TUE l^qiOS, a tong-haind r«^ V ngk fro^. vtt ^me«r ^ ^ 
giiJa Beach Saturday night for a show and dnee at tt« ArageM 
Recreation Center. The Psychos appeared fai concort wUh the Animals 
of England. At their Virginia Beach show they wffl perform thejr 
originial songs, inchidhig "The River is WMe" and "Stop the World." 
The show and dance will beghi at 8 p.m. Saturday at the recreaUan 
center on DeLaura Lane. 



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OBITUARIES 

AffiS. ISARAH f. [BROWN 

Mrs. Sarah Faithful Brown, age 
81, widow of Dr. Hampton Brown 
d Centreville, Maryland, passed 
away M^y 4 in a nursing home 
alfter a bnef illness. 

Mrs. Brown was a frequent visi- 
tor to Virginia Beach and is sur- 
vived by her daughter, Mrs. R. E. 
Townsend of Vir^a Beach; an- 
other daughter, Mrs. Priscflla 
Zwitzer of Annapolis, and a bro- 
ther, Madison Brown of Centre- 
ville, and four ^andchiWrai. 



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AT EASTERN AUTO -YOUR RENAULT DEALER 

We Have A Beautiful Selection Of Like New Volks wagens That Were Recently Traded In On Renaults. 
We Must Reduce This Stock In Order To Make Roo m For New Trades Constantly Being Made. Every 

Car Sale Pricedl 

HERE ARE A FEW EXAMPLES OF THESE BARGAIN BUYS! 



1963 VW - Blue — Radk) — Healer 
dean — Low Mflei^e 

WAS NOW 

$1095. $895. 



1964 VW — Gr^B wlUi XM-FM Radio- 
Heater — One Owner — Law Mile^e— 
Like New. 

WAS I NOW 

$1395. $1150. 



1SC4 VW - Be^e - Radla - HMter - 
Sua Boof — Low, Low Mileage — Like 
New— One Owner. 

WAS NOW 

$1295. $1095. 



J. W. MILLER, dhector of tje 
dioral and music department of 
tbe Vhginia Beach High School, 
announces the annual Siwing 
Concert to be held Friday night. 
May 13> at 8 p.m. in the school 
auditorium. The public is invited, 
(photo by Cassandra) 



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Prices Start At $225.00, Installed 

Call 

Tidewater Service Center 

Phone 625-1 671 
Bank of Virginia Charge Plan ft Central Charge 



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Ut4 VW - Black - Eadto — IMato- — 
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PjW^ Dty OpraHNW, shows Ms committee the LARC 60 or BARC, always one of the top attractimu 
f: HHi^""^ f«Kf»» I^ Open House, M^edulcd for Satui:day. May 21. Committee members are (left 
m ifgN) Ht U. Gewfe t. Bnrnn, Mr. B. C. Baite r nd 2nd Lt. Marion C. Cowan. (Official U. S. Army 



Ft. Story To Feature 
Lark 5 Rides May 21 

FT. STORY - Visitors to the of detecting and tracking enemy 

n. Stary Armed Farces Day open aircraft and guiding a ground-to- 

totS rtirday. May U, will have air missile used to intercept ene- 

fMBT^oity to ride in ttie hSBC my missiles. 

V, BMfM of the Anny wii^iIhous The second bus will go directly 

l#idet, am tN sand dunes, imo to the LARC V rides and a dis- 

%m MlaUe ocean and return. Tlie play of the BARC. large* of Ar- 

p^ viH be open from 9 ajn. to my amphibians. "Oiis is the type 

4:41 pjn. of j^nphifoious equipmoit now be- 

tlte LARC V rides are just one ing used to unload personnel and 
•f M dUereat exhfljit areas beiqg cargo in Vietnam. 
pl»Md at Ft. Story for the Ann- Yrea movies wHl be shown con-' 
r ^^ ^f ^ • , tinuously in the post theater. Vis- 
ta mite ^ take visitors from -^^^ will also be welcome to tour 
tte miin exhibit area to other j^e oflficers' club, the noncomuis- 

si<med o£fk:ers club, post chapd, 
cafetoia and service club. 



Beware Phony- 
Sales Talk 



Mthritifes 

At the main exhibit area will 
be «D equ^xnent display, iodud- 
Bl| a eomsd^ fieid kitcben, wea- 
|iBCJB wx) knot di^lays and a 
fiiidraphic exhl»t of some of 



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Mr tour, will tate visitor to town settkrs 
titt NKSMEZIOUUS launcher 
vat, te oanpny area, inckid- 
^ meK haDs. troop billets, day 
rwhs and orderi^ rooms, and the 
fire cottral area, bi the fiie con- 
tod «w wiO be radar capable 



Kellam Prom 

VSIOINIA BEACH-On Fridiy. 
May 4, meni)ers of the aeidor 
d«8 of Tto^ E. Kcilwi Hi^ 
SSlxri donned their formal finery 
ttl gatiiered at the Bow Creek 
Ccwlrf CU>, Vk-ginia Beadi, for 
die class' senior prom. 

"Iteys of Wine and Roses," the 
pram's theme, was carried out in 
tile \itM and bandstand decora- 
Udi|t — wine bottks and poptf 
roies. Jackie White. K^am seo- 
i^, nog "Hk Days (A Wine and 
Eeaa" accompanied Iqr ^ne Ifol- 
limd, Kdam's choral directw. 

ftiusic for the affair was provid- 
ed I7 Q>e Beacfanuts, a kwal band, 
tiie prcm ccmmenoed at 9 pjn. 
aid eoded at (me in the morning. 



Historical points of interest wHl 
i» the two Ft. Story tigMhouses 
and the Mem<M-i{d ciross, erected 
by the Daubers of the American 



new Tiipiwrt tatod at Ft Colonists to ccmnemorate the site 
y. 'fte fii^ bus rtJUte, a one- of the first tending of the James- 



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(NORFOUC - Charles A. Mai^ 
tak. Manager of the Tidewater 
Better Business Bureau warns 
Virginia Beach area resktents to 
beware of phony sales talks to 
sell magazines. Numerous calls 
are beiiig received at the BBB 
from several Tidewater cities re- 
porting extreme sympathy ^ipeak 
used by traveling magazine cravra. 

One of the solicitors said he was 
from an orphans' home in South 
Carolina and was working for a 
medical scholarship. Another boy 
said he was from Boys Town, 
working for a scholarship. Appeals 
such as these are goieraHy not 
true and reputd!^ magazine agen. 
.cics do not nHUJkme such tactics. 

Rep(Hi such sympathy i^ipeals 
to your Beftt^ Business Bureau 
with the name of the company, 
and the name of the solicitor. 



Byrd For Sen. 
Committees 



VIRGINIA BEACH - J. Frar* 
Ga'Jagher ajii Edward T. Catoj 
III, Co-chairmen d the Virginia 
Beach Byrd for Senate campaign 
have issued a list ol standing 
committees and have announced 
mcn'.bers to serve on those com- 
mittees. 

The committees and thsir itiem- 
bers are as follows; 

Finance Committee: Prank D. 
Tarrell, Jr., Chairman, Richard 
Hciland, Lawrence Wales, Frank 
Cox; Algy Cohen, John Parker and 
WilHam C. Haycox. 

Tourist Committee: S»)tt Sterl- 
ing, Chairman, A. B. Crews, Mrs. 
George Leary, James Kitchin, 
Charles Gardner and Bruce Par- 
lette. 

Agriculture Cmmnittee: Ri^rt 
DeFord, Chairman, RaijA Frost, 
Alex C. Brown, G. B. Jackswi and 
W. S. Spence. 

Headquarters Committee: C. B. 
Owens and Langley Land. 

Speakers Bureau Committee: 
Ridiard Absokmi, Chairman and 
William Fears. --^-jt 

Publkity Committee:. Michale 
Katsias, CHairman. 

Business and ProfessioDal Com- 
mittee: Andre Evans, CJiairman, 
Dr. R. J. Robertson, Jr., Dr. Wil- 
liam Putnam, James Hairston, 
Mm W. EiAank, Jr., Donald 
Webb and E. A. Langhome. 

Yooth For Byrd Conunittee: 
Fletdier Bryant, Chairman. Joseph 
Canada, W. Leigh Ansell md 
James lA. /Tye. - 

Ministers Cmomlttee: Rev. 
George T. Stallings, Rev. Emory 
Elmore and H. C. Benjamin. 

Women's Coordinating Commit- 
.tee: Mary Bell Couselman and 
Louise StroH. 

Additional members of the stand- 
ing committees will be named in 
the near future, according to Caton 
and GaHagher. 



Mrs. L. E. Quackeirfmsh and 
Mrs. E. C. Womack attetded the 
Virginia Federation of Women's 
Ckfcs convention held recently at 
the Hotel Jefferson in Richmond. 
They were delegates from the 
Ocean Park Woman's Club. 



Builder Sued 

VmGMA BEACH - A damage 
suit for $S5,Q00 has b?en fled fay 
'Mrs. Hilda G. Hardin cf th3 200 
bx)ck of 33th street agaLi^t '.h-? 
hukier acd owner of a 42-unit 
motd that i|, being erected next 
to her home. 

The suit filed in Circu t Cour'. 
charges Doubh Delta Carp, own 31 
of the Royal Clip^per Mote!, and 
contractor C. S. Yoder with a "con- 
tinuing trespass" of her properly. 
The four-story motel is being bui'l 
at the corner of 33th and Atianlic 
Avenue. 

Mrs. Hardin's suit alleges that 
construction has already caused 
cracks to form in the wall of her 
frame house and "structurally 
damaged her house to the point 
that it is dai^erous to live in." She 
alleges that physical damage to 
the house amount^ b $40,000 and 
that personal injuries amou.it to an 
additional $25,000. 

Her attorney is Richafd ftTdges. 
He says Mrs. Hardin is in her late 
50's, and the suit claims she has 
been anotiondly disturbed by the 
work and "has on occasion fallen 
and injured herself when in a state 
of fri^t and near hysteria" be- 
cause of the cOTistruction. 

Work began last summer on the 
building. It is now being painted. 
A city buUding permit issued for 
the motel listed its estimated cost 
at $122,300. 



Asks $200,000 

VIRGINIA BEACH - A young 
bicycle rider and his father are 
suing the alleged driver of a car 
that serioi^y mjured han on April 
IS for' a total sum of $200,000. 

|:iton Ray Haith, 9, of the 5000 
block of Sullivan Boulevard in Ara- 
gona Village, sued Jam* Jack 
Jarman of the *700 block of Hunt- 
ing Hill Court, for $150,000 and his 
father, Edward Haith, is suing for 
$50,000. 

The suit filed in Circuit Court by 
Haith's attorney, Richard Brydges 
said that the boy was unconscious 
for 13 days after his bicycle and 
Jarman's vehicle collided on Hay- 
good Road, east of the Aragona 
Boulevard interse<;tion. 



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Five Speakers 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Five in- 
dependait candidates for Virginia 
Beach City Council, who have join- 
ed togeUia* on a ticket, spokB to a 
public meeting Tuesday Ni^t. 

The ticket, coxposed cf Mrs. 
Shirley Powe"! Marlow, James E. 
Tarter, Holland D. Winter, Jr., 
William R. Thomas and James R. 
Logan, spoka to a g.-oup of sup- 
porters at Linkhorn School. The 
five are kr.GWii as the "First Rep- 
rcsaatative" csndidjtss. 

Mrs. Marlow, Tarter ard Wint'Br 
a."e running at-large. Thomas is 
seeking the resident seat from 
Kempsville Borough and Logan is 
runni.-.g for the Lynnl.aven resident 
seat. 




Mrs. Philip Park was the in- 
S'talling officer, and she also pre- 
.sented the past president's pin to 
Mrs. William Phillips. 



KELLAM — Jim Tyne (left), representing flie Princess Anne Lions 
Club presents a check to Joanna Johnson, KeUam Junior class spon- 
sor, to oover expenses for Jdm Townes and Carole Martin to at- 
tend Boys and Girls State this summer. (Photo by Coleman) 




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in the association's main o£Sce 

at Boush and Bute Streets 

in Downtown Norfolk 



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NORFOLK • PORTSMOUTH • VIRSINiA REACH 



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'South Pacific' Revisited 



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S^mi PACIFIC, music by Rich- 
tdd Raigsrs; lyrics by 0:^ar'. 
HaniTnsrsteia JI. Bock t^ Oscar 
Cfcximerstein II and Joshua La- 
gsn. Adapted {ran 3smzs A. 
Michener's PuLtzer Prize Wla- 
idr,g Novet, "Tales of the Soui 
Pac f;c." Ciiarlas Oliver, direc- 
tor; WUMam Utley, set deslpa- 
and prediction manrger; May- 
nard Allen, li^.ting; Baitxara 
Th«e:£n, dioreagr- "her; Vi Ra- 
gan, costumer. With Carol Hall. 
Anthony Vicker^, Marie Phil'ips, 
Frank Ferripo, Welton Smith, 
Dsmt Burton, Sam Rakim, and 
Saen Ernst in kid^ng r;rfcs. 

The Virginia Beach Civic Chor- 
us presented another of its fine 
productions, triuttifAaaUy. to lo- 
cal audiences with a trip to the 
"South I^ific?" last weekend. 
Transfoijnil^ the Civw Centsr 
stage to reoreseiA a south sea 
isle during tiie la^ world war, 
broi^t badk many nostalgic 
memories, perhaps happfiy color- 
ed-rosy by time, of a.^ecial pe- 
riod cut out of life in the forties. 
There were a lot of funny things 
happening bade then inter^ersed 
with bravery and tragedy ... and 
it all lived again for a couple of 
hours as the members of the cho- 
rus and orchestra joined in a 
mj^ty effort to entertain. And 
tliey succeeded msgnificently! 

Card Hall, a shapely pixie, 
with a better-tban-average singing 
voice and real feding for the part 
was Nellie FoAush — falUng in 
teve with an older man. rejecting 
him. realizing what is in^rtaW, 
M finally getting what aHe really 
panted all the Ume. Tony Vickers 
fs Emik DeBecque, the French 
planter, in love with Neffie, re- 
vealed an astoundingjy good vMce, 
iapecially when he really let it 
go. It is gaod to have anoUier ex- 
cellent taleirt available for future 
ojltural endeavors. 

Marie PMllips as Bloody Mary 
was funny as the native wcman 
after the American dollar and as 
a mother promoting her daughter, 
liat (Dawn Burton) far marriage 
with Navy Lieutenant Cable <Wel- 
'ton Smith). These young lovers 
had lesser parts but played them 
with a good show of talent. * 

To many "old Navy men" pres- 
ent, prcbably Frank Ferrigno as 
Uither BiMis had the most ap- 
peal! Every service outfit has at 
least one Billis among them to 
j^t spark in an otherwisa dull as- 
fipsment. And his dances,! com- 
plete with coconuts in strategic 
places and rolling ship tatoa, was 
one of the high spots in the show. 



Sam Hakim and, San Eh-nst, as 
CEftain Brackett and Ccnmjander 
Harf>ison, respectivdy, gave ex- 
ceHent performancee as the oft- 
harrassed Naval officers. 

Other meirbers of tl» Virginia 
Beach Civic Chorus who jdayed in 
smalte- roiles were Rufli Van Bus- 
kirk, Nancy Theusen, Douglas 
Wwrall, Hunter Speice. Ella Whit 
field, William Utley, Sak R::mano, 
Robert Venn, Wato HaCtlgan, 
J<An Dellis, Bruce Montgomery, 
Km White, Eric Erikran, Oscar 
Northern, Mai Ragan, Karla Beas- 
ley, Vi Raigan, Millie Bowdsn, 
Mary Leu Howerton. Anne Parkin- 
son, Judy Runnels, Linda Walker, 
Theresa Worrall, Frankie Young. 

Plus, Jerry AUred, Teddy Beas- 
ley, Edmund Brcwn, B. B. ^aun- 
cey, Danny Ferraro, Dennis Fer- 
rigno, Kenneth Ferripo, Paul 
Hutchins, Ronald Morrison, Sarah 
Baldwin, Jan Cleary, Carolyn Cun- 
ningham, Claire Floege, Nancy 
Hahn, Charbtte Schultz, Nina 
Wakefield, Bets/ Wiles, Maggi 
Dliley, Susan Epstein, Kay Gore, 
Susan 'Lacouture, Dana Ma^er- 
aaa, Carol McClurg, Georgia mc- 
Quilkan, and Sandra Strorjg. 

• The orchestra which was direct- 
ed by Charles Oliver gave fine 
instrumental support to all the 
famous songs of "South Pacific." 

The Virgkiia Beacii Civic Chor- 
us and Orchestra is sponsored by 
the Virgtola Beach Rotary Club, 
Inc. whidi uses the fffocecds for 
scholarships to students of this 
city.— Deris PaAlck- 

Parade Saturday 

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VIBGINW BEACH - Hie an- 
mral Plaza Little League Opening 
Day Parade will be held Saturday 
afternoon at 3:30 p.m. 

T%e parade will start at the 
Princess Theater, go through the 
Princess Anne Plara Shopping 
Center, and down Plaza Trail to 
Lynnbaven School. There ceremo. 
nies kicking off the first day of 
the seas<m will be hdd. 

Rev. Clayton E. Crigger will 
give the invocation and Harold 
Whitehufst wiD be the guest 
sipeaker. 

Tlie parade will include the 
Princess Anne High School Band, 
tte Ownty View Majorette Conp, 
dl tile majcr,' minor and farm 
teams, and the bsauty queen con- 
testents. 

There will be two major league 
ball games and two minor league 
games foJlowing the ceremonies. 




Page 7-A 



MR. and MRS. WEB BRO\yN, Mrs. H. H. Bendler, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Coyner, Mr. and Mrs. Mit- 
chell Shipman, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. White, lU. and Mr. H. H. Bendier. (Plioto l>y Beice) 




Connie Brehneman, and Dr. and Mrs. C. Ro land Robinson. (Photo \ss Bdce) 



LEGAL NOTICES 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS' 
|!ALE |)F rROPERTY 
Numbered f228 Great jjeck HiMid, 
k/irgln'a li^ach, Virginia i 

Pursuant to the terms of the 
decree entered in the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia Beadi on 
April 8, 1966, in the suit of Jack 
Lee Combs et als. Complainant, 
v. Larry Combs et als. De'fend- 
ants, therein pending, the under- 
signed wiHl offW for sale, subject 
to confimiatten l^ the Court, at 
public auction, for cash, on Fri- 
day, May 27, 1966, at 10:00 o'clock 
a.m.. Daylight Saving Time, on 
the front stops of the Circuit Court 
ol the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, the- wlivwii^ descri)ed 
property, to^it: 

All tlwse two certain lots, tracts. 
pieces or parcels (rf land, situate, 
lying and being in what was for- 
merly Lynnhaven Magisterial Dis- 
trict, Princess Anne County, Vir- 
ginia, now Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, being known, nuirbered and 
ttesignatcd as Lots Numbers 9 a!id 
II as showrt on the pilat of Lynn- 
haven Park, which plat is duly re- 
corded in the Clerk's Office cl the 
Circuit Court of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, formerly Princess Anpe 
Gounty. Vffginia, in Map ^wk 12 
at page 78, to which plat reference 
is hereby made for a more p»- 
tttular descr^rticn of the afore- 
mentioned lots. 

The building on the above prop- 
erty is manbered 2228 Gf eat Neck 
tlo^, Virginia Be«A, Virginia. A 
dqwsit d HOO.OO will be reared 
h«m successfii bidder, and set- 
ttemeut to be nwite within fMteai 
(1S> days frwn the date of the 
(^mution of sale. \ 
fllEMaffiCK G. SW?*. 
^^e&A Commisskner 

tsesmm a. s^cks. 

Special CciTHniS8io|ier 

rtquired in the sbwe Ascree has 
tiioi didy given. 

JQI14 V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

^CyrtU Fruit, DC. 



[or a license to sell beer and wine 
for off and on premises consump- 
tion. 

P & J C9j::p. 

Pasquale V. Arcese, Jr., Pres. 

T/A Isle of Capri Restaurant 

313 Laskin Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

S-12-lt 



, wncE 

•iWs is to notify the pubUc that 
the undersigned, traiii^ as Isle 
iA Capri Restairai*. wUl wHhm 
ten davs after pdblicatioa of this 
aptke apply to the Virginia State 

yUcohoUc Bewrage Control Boad 



NOTICE 

This is to notify the pd[)lic that 
the undersigned, trading as Cop- 
per Kettle Restaurant, will within 
ten days after publication of this 
nclice apply to the Virginia State 
'.alcoholic Beverage Contrd Board 
for a license to sell b;cr and wine 
for off and on premises consump- 
tion. , 

Martha Wa£ihington Hotel Corp. 

By Charles W. Gardner, Pres. 

T/A Cci-iper Kettle Restaurant 

7th & Atlantic .Ave. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

5-12-lt 

Too Late to Classify 




DR. KRUEGER lectures and explains about the new 'sophisticated' 
machin^. (Photo by Cassandra) 

Electrophoresis Equipment 



Co;;ks, ms'e or fertiale or married 
couple. Have apartment. Retired 
ladies for front de^. No ex^ri- 
eftce necersary. Must pve on 
[M-emises. 1706 AUaniic Avenye, 

5-12-3t 



ENGIN'iEBRS - Party diief, rod- 
man and impectors; highway and 
bri<^ c(MKtructi(m, immediate 
cpenfa^. Dial 3404184; evenings, 
3«^jaM. 5-12-lt 

AOC1TON S.\LE. Gdf cart, bicy- 
£U, dedc, window Im, co^'ee ta- 
Me. rtus 70 mwe it«m. May 24th 
10 ajn. at Virginia Beach Trans- 
fer Wardjouse. 1900 Virginia 
Beach Bmitevard. Maury Riganto 
aucti(»^r. 5-12-21 



VIRGINIA EEACH - Accord- 
ing to the dictiDnary, a pathologist 
is "one who studies tiie causes 
and nature of diseases." Dr. Johq 
J. Krueger, pathologist al the Gen- 
eral Hoapital of Virginia Beach, 
has studied and knows a great 
deal shout this caiossal subject, 
and he fipcke at the annual Gen- 
oral Meethig of the Auxiliary of 
the hospiial last wedc, in recopi- 
ticn of the gift of the new Electro- 
phoresis Equipment Machine, do- 
iiaied by the Aux.liary, and wor^ 
over $1,000. \ 

Dr. Krueger descrabed the 
equipment in layman's language, 
stating that "it is a sophisticated 
piece of equipment, and it will be 
of tremendous telp in diagnosing, 
for example, the protein content 
in such diseases as leukenia, cirr. 



hosis, hepatitis, malnutritmh, in- 
testinal colitis, cancer, diabetes, 
thyroid and pituitary gland trou- 
ble, pneumcnia, and oLhers. It is 
invaluable in today's medical re- 
search, and is in keeping with the 
ho^ital's ip-to-date instruments 
of skill." A large *elch of the 
machine accompanied the lecture. 
With a chart entitled "Protein," 
I^. Krueger e)q)lained, also, that 
in recurring infections, there couU 
be hormones, aUxonin, fibrin, ai- 
zymes, prothrombin, ^mmaglob- 
ulin, etc., which couW be more 
nearly determined as to exaet 
blood count by this sophistKated 
equipment. 

Another progressive step in the 
histwy of the modern outfitting of 
the hi^ital is in evidotce, through 
tfie efforts of the Auxiliary's wom- 
en and girls. 



New Club 
Opens Friday 

VIRGHCtA BEACH - tte Gol- 
den Garter Cafe, featuring a 
"itoaring Twenties" atmosphere, 
will open this Friday night at At- 
\siMt Avenue and leth Sb-eet. 

■Pw: new establishment will of- 
♦tf trianer, a show and dawang. 
tt will feature top nationally 
known bands, TV stars, and re- 
cording artists. 

When the Gcldai Garter opens 
this' w«ekei)d the featured artist 
wili be' Chris Connors and her 
b(U)d, yi\» is well known as a jazz 
singer and entaiainer. 

Tbe GokJen Garter is owned by 
Beach resident Jdin F. Hoey. 

It wJH open to the public Friday 
ni^t at 6 p.m. 



Parents Co 
To College 

WILLIAMSBURG — An estimat- 
ed 20 persons from the Virgmia 
Beach area are expected to join 
1,300 other parents here Majr 7 for 
the flc^ GoGege of Williain and 
Mary Parents' Day program. 

The par^ts, invited to the his- 
toric campus by U^ir sons and 
daughters and by Davis Y. Pas- 
chall, CoUege president, will come 
from many states in the East, snd 
from as £ar we^ as California. 

Activities will begin Friday niight 
when parents who arrive early 
will be entertained in the 'Col- 
lege's Student Center, wbere a 
variety of student events will be 
in progress. 

Major events on the schedule 
will get underway at 9:30 Satur- 
day morning when the r^istra- 
tion-coffee hour will begin at Pihi 
Beta Kappa Memcrial Hall. After 
registration, parents will visit var- 
ious classes. 

Dr. Paschall and J. Wiifred 
Lambert, Dean of Students, wiU 
welowne parents to the College 
at a brief session which will be 
followed by a facdty-s^dent pan- 
el disteussion. 

A box luncheon will be served 
and parents wiM tour College fa- 
cilities, including the new $3.2 mil- 
lion Earl Gregg Swem Library 
and the new College Bookstore. 
Later in the day, the parents wUl 
meet the Preskknt and Faculty 
at a reception in the newiy land- 
scaped Crim Dell ^aoA area. 

Evening activities will include 
a concert by the Witi'ara and 
Mary Choir under direction of Dr. 
Carl A. Fehr. Sunday, parents will 
ibe free to tour the restored area 
of Williamsburg and to attend 
canqjus religious activities. 



173,200 

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with 

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rentd. CaU 428^17 after 5:00 
p^n. or all day Satiutbyn and 
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VlMlnia &Meh SUN, THUftSbAY, AAAY 12, 1^66 

■ ♦ " I I I lipt I !■ I 



Barry Is Speaker 



Vrntrnm. beach — Raymond 
Wmf. d pre line flaoko- of the 
Bfa^Eiore OriU vt Qm Nation«l 
FoottnOl League was the gu:st 
liiedcer ^ two ineeti^s at GaK'ee 
l^ftee^ Owfch in Vb-guda 
Beach Wedbesday ni^t. 

hurry wa; tiie gaeti sjcaksr at 



th: ttimial Father-S(»i banquet at 

six o'dock, then addressed a public 

ses&<m sponsored by the Men's 
Club at eight o'clock. 

"His subject was "How I Becama 
A Oiriitian and What Gad Has 
Done For Me." 



Servicemen In The News 



Midshipman 4/c Charles T. 
Creekman Jr., son of Navy Cwn- 
mander and Mrs. Charl^ T. 
Crtekman of 1912 Meredith Road 
and a 1965 graduate of Frank W. 
Cox High S?hoo!, has been named 
to the Dean's list for thfe second 
seme^er at the U.S. Naval Acad- 
emy, Annapolis, Md. 



Ptfi<khipman X/c Lorenzo^ A. 
Rivanonte, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
G. E. Macaraeg of 2109 M^edith 
Road, has been named to the 
dean's list far the iC^cand semester 
at the U. S. Naval Academy, An- 
napolis, Md. r 
'* * • 

Miss Josepnii,e A. Mathias, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. 



Mathias of 212 64th Str^, was 
a re^rcsertative from West Vir- 
ginia University at the 11th Na- 
tianal Angd Flight Conclave re- 
cently concluded in Dallas. 

* • - * » 

A.rman 2/c Sidney R. Cnink, 

son of Mr. and Mrs. John' A. 

Crunk Jr., 5724 PrDvidence Road, 

his been graduated at Rosier 



AFB, Miss., from the training 
eouree for U. S. Air Force tele- 
ccnununications specialists. 

* • * 

Pvt. Iris F. Lewis, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Lewis 
Sr., 505 Twentieth Street, has com- 
pleted eight weeks of basic train- 
ing at the Wo.Tien'i3 Army Corps 
Center, Fort McClellan, Ala. 




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LUNCHEON MEAT Meed e-oz. pkg. 35e 
CANNED HAMS ^^"^ 3-lb. can $2.99 



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CHICKEN LIVERS 
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STRAWBERRIES 

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SW'T POTATOES ^^ 39c 

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Pvt. Uesbeei T. Henderson, so 
d Mrs. l^MRiasma A- Hoxfersoi 
Route 3, has cmtpi^ed 9 tel 
l^ne aWltdhboard o^atii 
oKffse at the Army South^a 
S.&ti School. Fort Gordt^, G 



iDARIt£L P. pivrro { ; 

. Seaman Apjxrentice Darrell H. 
Divito, usee, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Anthony J. DiVUo of «80 
Farrington Drive, has completed 
eight weeks of intensive recruit 
training at Cape May, N.J., which 
gave him the skills he will need 
as a Coast Giiardsn»an. 



Airman James, A. WHkins Jr.. 
son (rf Mr. and Mrs. James A. 
W;ikins of 290 Joan Terr., has 
been selected for training at Shep- 
pard AFB, Tex., as an Air Forca 
aiixrraft maintenante sjKciaiist. 




THOMAS IM. GREEN 

Airman Apprentice Thomas 
Green, USN, son of Mr. and ib 
Haroki M. Green of 4720 Brad^ 
Road, has completed the Aviatj|C 
Familiarization course at the I^ 
val Air Technical Training Ch 
ter, Memphis, Tenn. 




REV. GEORGE WOLLETT, JR., pastor of BeacHlawn Baptist Ct^urch 
at Norfolk aad Me^rcaSIMU Avenuw is shown pres^tii^ |he kej^ " 
to Larry Van Nostrald, Youth Pastor. The young people of the^ 
Church are filling the various places of service this week. 



Eight Attend Conventions 



WRGINU. BEACH - Four mo- 
tel men from Virginia Beach at- 
tended the regional convention of 
Quality Courts Motels, Inc. May 
8-9 at the Parkway dialet Motor 
Lodge in Winston-Salem, N. C 
They include: Sidney S. Kellam 
and A. B. Crews, of the Holiday 
Sands; Hoyt Capps of the'Thun- 
deitird; and R. B. Keeleyj of the 
Americana. 

Mrs. Mildred F. Wefch and Mrs. 
Ruth TreiKer of the Golf Ranch 

Motel; Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. 
Hunter of the Mariner Motel; Al- 
bert GreenspoOT and Bob Robin- 
son of the Ocean Ranch Motel at- 
tended the regional convention of 
Quality Courts Motels, Inc. May 
10-11 at the Quality Motel West in 
Baltimwe. AU are from Virginia 
Beach. 

Quality Motels, one of the na- 
tion's oldest and largest motel 
systems, has approxaiiatdy 500 
existii^ motels in 350 U.S. and 
Canadian Cities. More than 200 



other motels have received Quail 
ty franchises in the past three 
years. 



''Don Quixiote' 

LYNNHAVEN - Rounding out 
a highly successful run of Heri- 
tage Series films, The PrincMs 
Theatre on Virginia Beach ^vd. 
announces the sche<kiling of "Tka 
Quixote" for Wednesday. May 16. 
Sponsored jointly by the Distrtou 
live Education Ckrt^ and the EJQ^ 
lish departments of the city's ^^ 
school, the picture will be ^aam 
at 2, 4. 6, and 8 p.m. The stu- 
dents who have special tidnits 
will be admitted at the reducbd 
price while others will pay the 
regular admissirai price. 

This classic story was filmed in 
Russia in color and with Russian 
actors and is part of the cultural 
exchange wxigram. Ilie E^^Ush 
is dubbed in and i^ done in ex- 
cellent ta^. It is a satire. 




EDWARD A. KOSTER (I), Liw»hi NaUoad \Mt lasoruicc Co^ai^ 
r^reseatatiTe in the VkgUa Beach wea, ii Aamk receivl^ hig 
LNL Agents' Trataiag Sdiool Aplaou tma JM>k E. Rawle*. CUt 
LNL Tfce ^«sidatf . Tke aae-wMk school ea^d iMt Friday, l^^ * 
Ko^er was efeeled sgt.-irt-arflM af the sdmri. Korter qnattikd MR 
Oe school on the bad! of ummI tf penoaal hosiaen. lervtoc «| 
dkata nd compleiisa af the LML SgaU TraMag Coww. Dvtag 
Ae s^ad the i^nto shriM the hrteit devel^anots hi life h4 



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VIRGINIA BEACH 



J. ir. Ha keM, whase ■by-word is 'fu .' and viho is rcn'^n.t; ? b]ii'-t'''ir 
harvest in his 'golden years," has recently return2d, tanned and fit. 
from a 26-day vacation trip down into the Everglades cf P'arida. 

I^cccir-anied 'by his ?"n-i>!3w ard da 'ht:r, Mr. nr.d Mrs. A. 
Parker, he tared points of interest abng the way and s;ent 10 days 
fiihir.5 among the "10,000 Llands" ont o! irhrkVp-k-e nd' as ha says 
"We erjoj-ed every minute, every day . . . everything!" 

They travelled by car, carrjir.g thair W ol o>bi J motor boat, the 
"Bai'bour," with them. And renting, at rtdiTsd surrm-- rat35. a 
luxurious 48' house trailer overlcoking the lake, they found the sunny 
skies and 82 degree temperature ideal for their relaxing fi.?hing holldiy 
He reports it to have been a 'fisherman's drerm— they cau-:fht 234 speckl- 
ed trout alone, plus blue fish, mackerel, yellow tail, red fiih, and o' 
course, catfish. "They called me 'Catfish Joe," he chuck'ed ... A 
?nock, 33" long and weighing 12 pounds, was also landed. 

Chakoloskee is three miles west of the Everglades, and of tho 
10,000 islands. Mr. Haskelt was sure there were rriorc and it was apt 
to ibe somewhat confusing to visitiirg navigators. "We sr^nl^t:mo^ go'- 
lost, but eventually found the proper ma'kers pointing tho wav to our 
dock." Their Mercury 400, 45 VP mctor worked beautifully at a" times. 

iPerha'ps even surparsirg the 'fun cf catching the fish was Ihe cr.:,k 
ir.g and eating of the out-tL-the-w?ter and iilo-lhevan delicacies. "I 
gained more than five pounds." He admitted sheepiihly. 

Their itinerary included visiis to Nales, St. Petersbjrt*. and tn 
the "Fountain of Youth" where they drank of the water and made a 
wi?h for another twenty years of the good life. Mr. Haskelt revealed 
that he had had a drink oif the "life-giving water' many years ago. 
and he is a prime example of the eternal youth attributed to that 
magic fountain (which in reality springs from within the heart of 
those who desire it . . .) 

He has filled a quart bott'e with the water which he plans tD pre- 
sent ta the members of the Golden Years Club when it meets today. 
He is their president. 

He concluded his tale of his fun-filled vacation by saying— "We 
came back and found everything o. k. And the old cat was stil'l alive . ." 




FOUR HOURS OjF FISHING produced this bounty of speckled trout 
for Uaskett and Parker while at Chokoloskee. 



Traffic At High Point 



CAPE CHARLES - A boast 
from EaFter holiday travel pushed 
iraflic ficross the Chesapeaek Bay 
Bridge-Tunnel to its highest point 
of the year during April, the fa- 
cility r^Hirted today. 

A^il volume amounted to 100,- 
470 vehicles, compared with ap- 
proximately 61,000 in January, SO,- 
000 in February and 75,000 in 
March. 

Although the vehicle count tap- 
ped last April by only four-tenths 
of one percent, it was enough to 
set a new April record for traffic 
across .the mouth of Chesapeake 
Bay. 

Toll revenue of $649,927 was up 
.7% (0.7% ) over last April's $545,- 
2S2. Truck traffic climi'>ed nearly 
f^r per cent to 15.985 trucks, 



comj;ared with 15,399 in April 1935. 
Autcmobiks were dawn slightly, 
82,402 this April as against 82,571 
last year. The month's 2,063 buses 

ran about the same as 1965's 2,061. 
but extra passengers jumped from 
184,295 to 187,181. 



ViRGiniA Beach Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY, 12, 1966 

SECTION B 



Lucky Friday 

VI'RCIiVA BEAO:i— Friday the 
Thirteenth will be considered a 
lucky day by the Red Crass Blcjd- 
mcibile if local r.^sid-nts will re- 
.Tiember the need and the impor- 
tance to everyone of the bleed 
program. Proipective donors will 
meet at the General Hospital cf 
Virginia Beach frem noon till 6 
p.m. in the hospital caieteria. 

The newly trained .volunteers 
who have been making teleiphone 
tcalls and other preliminary duties 
necessary to set up the bloodmo- 
bile and who will serve all after- 
noon helping the Red Cross are 
members of the Womcp's Club c' 
Ocean Park who recently com- 
pleted the Red Cross training 
course. 



First Fiherglas Tanks Installed 



Club Sponsoring 
Registration Drive 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Kiwanis Club is spon- 
soring a strong "Register ta Vote 
Canr^aign.'' The right to vote is 
a privilege granted us by virtue 
of tile BiJ of Rights and farther 
through the Constitution of the 
United States. It is our civic duty 
to register and vote to insure that 
qualified knowledgeable men of 
our cheice are elected to public 
ofiiee. Register now together with 
all your fa.Tiily, friends and ncigh- 
bjrs to vote in the next election. 
The Kiwanis Club is leading the 
way bv stressing the importance 
cf exer.-iiing the right to vote. 
Register new and vote. Contact 
the person in your precinct befere 
June Mtn. Do it now. If you are 
not certain cf the name and loca- 
tion of your registrar, please can- 
tact the General Registrar at Vir- 
ginia Beach City Hall - 428:3111. 



ViilGr TA BEACH-'Fiberglas' - 
reinforced plastic tank-, designed 
tj prevent leakige prcolems caus- 
ed by corrosion in underground 
gasoline stor^-^e svstems, have 
bsen installed in Virginia soil for 
the first time. 

Pare Oil Company selected 
three 6000-gal. Fiberglas tanks, in- 
stead of conventional metal gaso- 
line tanks, for its n";w service sta- 
ticn en Rosemcnt Ave., about one 
mile south of Rt. 58. McCord & 
Young, Inc. of Virginia Beach, 
general contractors for the station, 
in '.a'led the tanks under the su- 
pervision of Frank C Roberts. 
Pure Oil's division construction su- 
perintendent. ' j 

Pure Oil cfficials estimatfe the 
life of steel tanks is a;proxima'.2- 
Iv five to ten years in Virginia 
Beach's generally moist, highly 
crrosive soil. Richard L. Staf- 
ford, general manager of the Nan- 
Oorrosive Products Division of 
Owens-Corning Fiherglas Corp., 
manufacturers of Fiherglas tanks, 
believes his company's tanks can 
last the life of most service sta- 
tions (usually around 20 years) 
under the same conditions. 

The Owens-Corning tanks, under 
test and develorment for almost 
two years, are the only under- 
ground gascline storage tanks that 
are both listed by Underwriters 
Laboratories, Inc. and ajproved 
by Factory Mutual. The tanks, 
properly installed, also meet re- 
quirements of the Flammable and 
C.mbustible Liquids Code, NFPA 
No. 30, and the Standard for tiie 
Installation of Oil Burning Equ'p- 
ment. NFPA No. 31, of the Nation- 
al Fire Protection Association. 

Owens-Corning says the three 
Virginia Beach tanks raise the to- 
tal of installed Fiherglas gasoline 
storage tanks to 116. The company 
expects some 400 tanks to be in 
the grcHind by the end of 1966, 




GLASS TANKS — McCord & Young crew position second of tiiree 
F iberglas underground gasoline storage tanlts installed at Pure Oil 
Company station on Rosemont Avenue in Virgjnia Beach. Tanks, 
recommended as solution to leakage problems, are first of its kind 
installed in \^ginia. 



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As the father of four children... 

it's only natural that Bill enjoys working 

with kids and being on the Recreation 

Committee for his community. He 

likes coaching neighborhood teams in wjy 

kind of sport. Besides all this... 

Bill's an American Institute of Banking 

Instructor. . . attends Kempsville 

Baptist Church and is a member of the 

Norfolk Junior Chamber of Commerce. 

And presently he's an Assistant Vice 

President of Seaboard Bank. 

If by now all this sounds like Bill'J 
the "original good guy"... it's no 
coincidence. Bill was the recipient of 
William and Mary's "Cotillion Award"..- 
made by the college faculty to the 
student contributing the most to the 
college in his capacity as President of the 
student body. Bill came to Seaboard in 
1960 and his talent and earnestness have 
won him constant recognition. He's just 
one of the many outstanding young 
men you'll find at Seaboard. He's one of 
the reasons so many people enjoy 



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INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE - RENTALS 



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Established 1911 



Ruritans To 
Aid Fitness 

VIRGINIA BEACH - TOe 
K«npsvi]le Ruritan Club is un- 
derwriting the financial participa- 
tion of the Virgina Beach Eleman- 
tary Schools in the President's 
Oouncil on fllness Award pro- 
gram. This participation will be 
to bay the emblciu for all young- 
sters that qualify for the awards. 

The progr^n, in conjanclicn 
with the American Association of 
Health, Physical Education and 
Recreation, will reward ) aungsters 
with fitness emblems and certifi- 
cates who qualify on a battery of 
fitness te:t3. The tests involved 
are: Puii-ups (flexed arm hang 
for girls); sit-ujjs; shuttle run; 
standing broad junrtp; 50 yd. dash; 
600 yd. run; and sjftball throw. 
Qualifying marks were predeter- 
mintd by the Councfl and a chiW 
had to meet or belter the qualify- 
ing mark on each test in order to 
receive the recognition. Norms 
were set for ages 10-17. 

Mr. William Shelbourne wiH reip- 
resent the Kdtnpsville Ruritans 
at this ceremony. 



PAHSOass : 
Of '56 To Meet. 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Ttie me.itC- 
bers cf the Princess Anne Hi^ 
Sdiool aass of 1966 will cdebrarg 
the tenth anniversary of thet? 
graduation at a class reunion Frt* 
day, June 18 at the S.iore Dri\e 
Inn Restaurant, Virginia Beach. 

The reunion will begin with cack- 
tails at 6:30 p.m. and will be f* 
lowed by a bjJfet dinner-dance. A 
popular local irwsical group wilj 
provide music for dancing. 

Those class members who havaJ 
not yet bean contacted by the r^ 
union coimnittee are asked to caH* 
Mrs. Frank Cr^ (Beverly Bar" 
ger), 428-3591; Mrs. Edward Ab» 
ourjilie (Frankie Balfour) 340-9iatf 
or Mrs. Dabney Hawkins (Janet 
Morgan), 588-4183 for reserva- 
tions. Reservations have been rs^ 
ceivcd frcm more than 72 persoui 
to date and include graduates why 
will return from California, Florid 
da, South Dakota, Arizona an* 
North Carolina to Virginia BeacK 
for the reunion. The deadline hr 
reservations is May 15. 



low AT 
POPULAR 
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1966 



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"WBtCSmA BSACH - Raymood 
Wmf, t&pnUm flanko- ci th« 
i^^BER Cc^ id the NatkKul 
VoriiM! Uague was the gu:st 
jfa— k i ir at two tneeC!i%s at Gair.ee 
i^plloeilri Owrch in Virginia 
Bm^ iKedBcsday night. 
^try was the gwst sxsksr at 



Bony Is Speaker 

ths aimual Father-S(»> banquet at 
six o'clock, then addressed a public 
session sponsored by the Men's 
iiJb at ei^ o'clock. 



His fubjtct was "How I Bscams 
A Christian and What God Has 
Dan^ For Me." 



Servicemen In The News 



Midshtpnun 4/c Charles T. 
Creekman Jr.. son of Navy Com- 
mander and Mrs. Charles T. 
Crtelanan of 19J2 Meredith Road 
and a 1985 gradu3te of Frank W. 
Cox High S:hooI. has been named 
to the Dean's list for the second 

semester^at the U.S. Naval Acad- 
tmy, Annapolis. Md. 



^ficbhi^man L/c Lorenzo[ A. 
Rivamonte. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
G. E. H^araeg of 2009 Meredith 
Raad, has been named to the 
dean's list for the s^eand semester 
at the U. S. Naval Academy, An- 
njpolis, Md. 

'm * * 

Miss Josepnine A. Mathias, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. 



Mathias of 212 64th Street, was 
a reprc^dlative from West Vir- 
ginia University at the 11th Na- 
tional Angel Flight Conclave re- 
cently concluded in Dal) as. 
» * * 
Airman 2/c Sidney R. Crank, 
son of Mr. and Mrj. John A. 
Crunk Jr.. 5724 Providence Raad, 
iui been graduated at K^ss^ar 



AFB, Miss., from the training 
course Iw U, S. Air Force tele- 
conmunications specialists. 

♦ • • 

Pvt Iris F. Lewis, daughter d 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Lewis 
Sr., 503 Twentieth Street, has com- 
pleted eight weeks of basic train- 
ing at the Wa-nen'13 Army Corps 
Center, Fort McClellan, Ala. 




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llie house dress or shift at 11.98 is no bai^in if - 
the seams pop the flrst time you wear it 
or it shrinks inches the first time you wash it 

A cheap product Just for the sake of low price is no barg-nin. 

A quality product at a low prices, 

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More than a century ago we decided 
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They are...and we*re proud of it, 
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They're one of many. 



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RIB ROASTS 



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Avence 



lb. 29e 
lb. 79c 
lb. 55e 
lb. 49c 
lb. 49e 



FAT BACK "'' «*'*••' 

TURKEY BREASTS 

BOLOGNA 

STEWING FOWL 

SHORT RIBS of BEEF "i^Vt 

LUNCHEON MEAT spieed 6-oz. pkg. 35e 

CANNED HAMS ^"""^ 3-lb. can $2.99. 

lb. 45c 
lb. 59c 
lb. 35e 
lb.43e 
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PORK LOINS 



9 to 11 Chopf 
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FRESH 



Sliced PORK LIVER 
CHICKEN LIVERS 
CHICKEN GIZZARDS 
CHICKEN LEG Quarters 

CHICKEN BREAST ««^«« 



BEALE'S SMOKED 



SLAB BACON 

"49' 



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LARGE RIPE SUNKIST 

LEMONS '^ 

CAUVO 

PEARS """- 

REOAIO . . . CELLO WRAPPED 

SPINACH 

ICEBERG 

LETTUCE 

LOCAL RED RIPE 

STRAWBERRIES 

CRISP RED 



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ASPARAGUS 
LUNCH 'N MEAT 
FRUIT COCKTAIL 
LIQUID BLEACH 
PEANUT BUTTER 



Ann Page . • . Peach 
Pineapple or Apricot 

Tip Top ... All 
Green Spears 

Danlsh^^ 
Champ 

Stolcely 

Bright Sail 
Gal. Jug . . . 39c 

Pal 
Priced Low! 



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Jars I 



314V3 oz.$4 00 
Cans I 



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4 



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Cans 



1-Lb. 
Cans 

1/3 Gal. 
Jug 

1-Lb. 
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PERTIUZER "** I00-Ib.ba|$l.98 g|^S|n^ 

FERTILHER »^" I0a-lbitet$2.69 rtFPtRS 

^.. . ^ FRESM CAROLINA 

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ALL FLAVORS . . . ANN PAGE 

CAKE MIXES 

4 - 99' 



ALL FUVORS DUNCAN MINES 

Cake Mixes Z'^^'X 



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ANN PAGE . . . GROUND 

BLACK PEPPER- 

DIXIE . . . GOLDEN YAMS 

SW'T POTATOES Tei: 39c 

SUPER-RIGHT 

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HOUYWOOD . . . 5c SIZE 

GANDYBARS"""""6i.„l9e 

SPARKLE 

Gelatin Desserts 4 \Si 35c 



I2'j;2^79c 

Q 12-01. $100 



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RVE BREAD 



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2 .'Jt 39e 



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WHEAT BREAD 2 ^„ 39e 



DANISH CHEBRY 

PECAN RING 

DELICIOUS . . SPANISH 

BAR CAKE 



Loaves 

SAVE 10c 
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BEVERAGES 

SULTANA . . . STRAWBERRY 

PRESERVES 

SCOTTIES 

FACIAL TISSUES 2.n%.45c 

DOLE . '.PINEAPPLE— PINK 

GR'FRUITDRINK3',^"c.,:;89c 

SULTANA 

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PY-O-MY MIXES 



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31-Qt., QAc 



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CHICKEN FLAV. MACARONI, AU GRATIN 

POTATOES, MASHED POTATOES, SCAllOPED 

S. POTATOES, SPAG. & SAUCE, MAC. & CHEESE ^ 



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CHARCOAL 



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Salted 



MIXED NUTS 

DCAHIITC **f BoaMed 
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FISH STICKS 

A&P . . . GRADE A ' 

GOLDEN CORN 2 'ji^ 35c 

A«# . . . OKADf "A- REAL FLORIDA 

OmUNi JUIGE 5 £ 89e 



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APPLE JUICE 
GRAPE JUICE 
BARTLETT PEARS 
FRUIT COCKTAIL 
SLICED PINEAPPLE 
PINEAPPLE JUICE 
CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 
rAPPLE-SR'FRUIT DRINK 



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Pvt. Heribert T. Henderson, m 
of Mrs. Thomasina A. Hendferson 
Route 3, has completed a tele 
pbone switdhboard o?4raUor 
oKine at tbe Army SoutlHiastsn 
Signal School. Fort Got6o^. Ga 

A * * i' 



DARREL H. pIVlTO ( ; 

. Seaman Apprentice Darrell H. 
Divito. USCG. son <rf Mr. and 
Mrs. Anthony J. DiVito ot 4930 
Farrington Drive, has ajmpleted 
eight weeks of intensive recruit 
training at Cape May, N.J.. whldi 
gave him the skills he will need 
as a Coast Guardsman. 




Airman, James A. WJtkins Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. 
Wlikins of 290 Joan Terr., has 
been selected for training at Shep- 
pard AFB, Tex., as an Ak Fwca 
aiivraft maintenants s^iedaiist. 



THOMAS LM. GREEN 
Aimnan Apprentice Thomas M 
Green, 1®N, son of Mr. and MW 
Harokl M. Green of 4720 BradstM 
Road, has completed the Aviatior 
Familiarization course at the Nai 
val Air Technical Training Cen^ 
ter, Memptiis, Tenn. 




REV. GEORGE WOLLETT, JR., pastor of BeaclUawn Baptist Church 
at Norfolk md Me^tferanUNm Avemm is liiown preienting the kejr 
to Larry Van Nostraad, Youth Pastor. The young people of the 
Church are filling the various places of service this week. 



Eight Attend Conventions 



VmcmiA BEACH - Four mo- 
tel men from Virginia Beach at- 
tended the r^onal convention of 
Quality Coiirts Motels, Inc. May 
8-9 at the Parkway Chalet Motor 
Lodge in Winston-Salem, N. C. 
They include: Sidney S. Kellam 
and A. B. Crews, of the Holiday 
Sands; Hoyt Capps of theThun- 
deAird; and R. B. KeelQi| of the 
Americana. 

Mrs. Mildred F. Welch and Mrs. 
Ruth Treikler of the GoJf Ranch 

Motel^r. and Mrs. Richard T. 
iHunter of the Mariner Motel; Al- 
bert Greenspoon and Bob Robin- 
son of the Ocean Randi Motel at- 
tended the regional convention of 
Quality Courts Motels, bic. May 
10-11 at the Quality Motel West in 
Baltimwe. AU are from Virginia 
Beach. 

Quality Motels, one of the na- 
tion's oldest and largest motel 
systems, has approxiniatdy 500 
existing motels in 350 U.S. and 
Canadian Cities. More than 200 



other motels have received Quali- 
' ty franchises in the past three 
years. 



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'Don Quixiote' 

LYNNHAVEN - Rounding out 
a highly successful run of Heri- 
tage Series films, The Princasa 
Theatre on Virginia Beach Bivd. 
announces the scheduling of "don 
Quixote" for Wednesday, May li6. 
Sponsored jointly by the Distribu- 
tive Education Clubs and the EJo^. 
lish departments of the city's hi^ 
school, the picture will be fkam 
at 2, 4, 6, and 8 p.m. The ^- 
dents who have special tickets 
will be a^itted at the reduced 
price while others will pay Ifee 
regular admission price. 

This classic story was filmed in 
Russia in color and with Russian 
actors and is part of the cultural 
exchange program. The English 
is dubbed in and i% done in ex 
celloit ta^. It is a satire. 



EDWARD A. KOSTER (I). LIbcoIb NaUond Ufe iBsnranc*; Compan* 
representative in the Virgkiia Beach area, is Aawk recetvi^ hl» 
LNL AgenU' Trataiag Schod di^dcHna frwH Jack E. Rawles. CUh 
LNL vice presUeirt. The one-week scho<d ended last Friday, April tL 
Koster was elected ^.-at-amia rf the schod. Kester qiiaW«l ta^ 
the school oa the basis of wiMat of penoul beaiiiess, wenk» ♦» 
die^ nd eompletioa of the LM. A^^s Tr^^ Coiffse DhM 
the school Hk ageals sMM Om latest derelopmnts fai Ufe 2 
health hMvaace. with spMtei emphaab on \mtktu k 
KaMer k a aaaiber rf Bqr F. MMe * Aaaadatea, NarfA. 




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DORIS PADRICK'S 

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VIRGINIA BEACH 



ViRGinia Beach Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY, 12, 1966 

SECTIONS 



J. C. Ha ke'jt, whose iby-woid is 'fu .' and who is re.'j.yrg a byf^t'''n 
harvest in his 'goldan years/ has recently retum-d. tanned and fit, 
from a 2&^3y vacation trip down into the Evergbdss cf P'orida. 

I'cccm;ani£d 'by his r-n-iii-law ard da. rht:r, Mr. nr.d Mrs. A. 
Parker, he tared points of interest along the way and s;ent 10 days 
fiihin;; among the "10,C03 L'.ands" out o.' IChnkVp-k"? -ni, as ha says 
"We er. joyed every minute, every day . . . eve^Mng!" 



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They travelled by car, carr>ir.g th;ir 13" ol o^&i J motor bjat, th: 
"Bai'bwr," with them. And renting, at rtdi-csd surrm"- rat"5, a 
luxurious ^' ■house trailer overlooking the lake, they found the sunny 
skies and 82 degree temperature ideal for their relaxing fi.?hing hol'diy 
He reports it to have been a 'fishermaii's drerm— they cau'^ht 254 speckl- 
ed trout alone, plus blue fish, mackerel, ydlow tail, red fiih, and o' 
course, catfish. "They called me 'Catfish Joe," he ehjck'ed ... A 
-snock, 33" long and weighirs 12 pounds, was also landed. 

Chckolo-skee is three miles WEst Of ths Everglades, and of tho 
10,000 islands. Mr. Haskett was sure there were more and it was apt 
to be somewhat confusing to visitiiig navigators. "We sp.-netimc.r gjl 
lost, but eventually found the proper markers pointing tho wav to out- 
dock." Their Mercury 400, 45 'VP mctor wo: k°d beautifully at s!l times. 

Perhaps even surpa.'-sirg the 'fun cf c::tching the fish was t'le cr,..k 
ing and eating of the cut-o'-the-wpter and i:ito-thevan delicacies. "I 
gained more than five pounds." He adrn'ttaji sheepiihly. 

Their itinerary included visits to Nales, St. Peteribjr", and to 
the "Fountain of Youth" where they drank of the water and made a 
wi.fh for another twenty years of the good life. Mr. Haskett reveai'^d 
that he had had a drink of the "life-giving water' many years ago, 
and' he is a prime example of the eternal youth attributed to that 
magic fountain (which in reality springs from within the heart of 
those who desire it . . .) 

He has filled a quart bott'e with the water which he f.atis to pre- 
sent to the members of the Golden Years Clu'b when it meets today. 
iHe is their president. 

He concluded his tale of his fun-filled vacation by saying— "We 
came back and found everything o. k. And the old cat was still alive . ." 




Lucky Friday 

YMQIKlA BEAOII-Friday the 
Thirteenth will be considered a 
iLcky day bythe R:d Cross Blcid- 
mcibile if loeal r,'?sid'nts will re- 
.Tiember the need and the i^r-'por- 
tance to everyone of the bleed 
program. Prospective donors will 
meet at the General Hosioital cf 
Virginia Beach frocn noon till 6 
p.m. in the hospital c-i3teria. 

The newly trained volunteers 
who have been making telephone 
calls and other preliminary duties 
necessary to set up the bloodmo- 
bile and who will serve all after- 
noon helping the Red Cross are 
members of the Women's Club o' 
Ocean Park who recently com- 
pleted the Red Cross training 
course. 



First Fiberglas Tanks Installed 



Club Sponsoring 
Registration Drive 

VIRGINU BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Kiwanis Club is sipon- 
soring a strong "Register to Vote 
Can.iaign." The right to vote is 
a privilege granted us by virtue 
of liie Bi.l of Rights and further 
through the Constitution of the 
United States. It is our civic duty 
to register and vote to insure that 
qualilied knowledgeable men of 
cur ch:ice are elected to public 
ofiicc. Register now together with 
all your fa.Tiilv, friends and neigh, 
bjrs to vote in the next election. 
The Kiwanis Club is leading the 
way bv stressing the importance 
c: exercising the right to vote. 
R?gister new and vote. Contact 
tile j>erson in your precinct before 
Ji.ne Mlh. Do it now. If you are 
not certain rf the nanie and loca- 
tion of your registrar, please con. 
tact tiie General Registrar at Vir- 
ginia Btajb City Hall - 428-5111. 



ViiilCrTA BEACH-'Fiberglas*- 

reinforced plastic tank-, designed 
tj prevent leakage prcolems caus- 
ed by corrosion in underground 
gasoline storige systems, have 
baen installed in- Virginia soil for 
the first time. 

Pure Oil Company selected 
three 6030-gal. Fiberglas tanks, in- 
stead of conventional metal gaso- 
line tanks, for its nw service sta- 
ticn on Rosemcnt Ave., about one 
mile south of Rt. 58. McCord & 
Young, Inc. of Virginia Beach, 
gen.ral contractors for the station, 
in '.a'led the tanks under the su- 
pervision of Frank C Roberts, 
Pure Oil's division construction su- 
perintendent. " / 

Pure Oil cfficials estimate the 
life of steel tanks is approximate- 
ly five to ten years in Virginia 
Beach's generally moist, highly 
c.rrosive soil. Richard L. Staf- 
ford, general manager cf the Non- 
Corrosive Products Division of 
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp.. 
manufacturers of Fiberglas tanks, 
believes his company's tanks can 
last the life of most service sta- 
tions (usually around 20 years) 
under the same conditions. 

The Owens-Corning tanks, under 
test and develorment for almost 
two years, are the only under- 
ground gasoline storage tanks that 
are both listed by Underwriters 
Laboratories, Inc. and aijproved 
by Factory Mutual. The tanks, 
properly installed, also meet re- 
quirements of the Flammable and 
CmiDUstible Liquids Code, NFPA 
No. 3Ci. and the Standard for t'le 
Installation of Oil Burning Equ'p- 
ment. NFPA No. 31, of the Nation- 
al Fire Prelection Association. 

Owens-Corning' says the three 
Virginia Beach tanks raise the to- 
tal of installed Fiberglas gasoline 
storape tanks to 116. The conmpany 
expects some 400 tanks to be in 
the ground bv the end of 1986. 



FOUR HOURS OF FISHING produced this bounty of speckled trout 
tor Haskett and Parker while at Chokoloskce. 



Traffic At High Point 



CAPE CHARLES - A boost 
from Easter holiday travel pushed 
traffic across the Chesapeaek Bay 
Brid'ge-Tunne'l to its highest point 
of the year during April, the fa- 
cility reported today. 

A^ril volume amounted to 100,- 
470 vehicles, com,Dared with ap- 
proximately 61,000 in January, «),- 
000 in February and 75,000 in 
March. 

Although the vehicle count top- 
ped last April by only four-tenths 
cl one percent, it was enough to 
set a new April record for traffic 
across .the mouth of Chesapeake 
Bay. 

Toil revenue of $649,927 was up 
.7% (0.7% ) over last April's $S«,- 
262. Truck traffic climfied nearly 
four per cent to 15,985 trucks. 



comjpared with 15,399 in April 1935. 
Automobiles were down slightly, 
82,402 this April as against 82,571 
last year. The month's 2,063 buscj 
ran about the same as 1965's 2,061, 
but extra passengers jumped from 
184,295 to 187,181. 



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As the father of four children... 

it's only natural that Bill enjoys working 

with kids and being on the Recreation 

Committee for his community. He 

likes coaching neighborhood teams in any 

kind of sport. Besides all this... 

Bill's an American Institute of Banking 

Instructor . . .attends Kempsville 

Baptist Church and is a member of the 

Norfolk Junior Chamber of Commerce 

And presently he's an Assistant Vice 

President of Seaboard Bank. 

If by now all this sounds like BiU'r 
the "original good guy" . . . it's no 
coincidence. Bill was the recipient of 
William and Mary's "Cotillion Award".- 
made by the college faculty to the 
student contributing the most to the 
college in his capacity as President of the 
student body. Bill came to Seaboard in 
1960 and his talent and earnestness have 
won him constant recognition. He's just 
one of the many outstanding young 
men you'll find at Seaboard. He's one <rf 
the reasons so nuuiy people enjoy 
linking toe. 



SeaboardCitirnnsNaHmalBaidc C^ 




Ruritans To 
Aid Fitness 

Virginia beach - -nie 

Kanpsville Ruritan Club is un- 
derwriting the financial particioa- 
tion of the Virgina Beach Elemsn- 
tary Schools in the President's 
Council on Flii^ess Award pro- 
gram. This participation will ba 
t'o buy the emblems for all young- 
sters that qualify for the awards. 

The program, in conjancticn 
with the American Association of 
Health. Physical Education and 
Recreation, will reward >oungst6rs 
with fitness en-ublems and certifi- 
cates who qualify on a battery of 
fitness tects. The tests involved 
are: Puu-ups (flexed arm hang 
for girls); sit-ups; shuttle run; 
standing broad jump; 50 yd. dash; 
600 yd. run; and softhall throw. 
Qualifying marks were predeter- 
Twof-A by the Council and a chiW 
had to meet or better the qualify- 
ing mark on each test in order to 
receive the recognition. Norms 
were set for ages 10-17. 

Mr. William Shefcourne will rep- 
resent the KiiTipsviUe Ruritans 
at this ceremony. 



GLASS TANKS — McCord & Young crew position second of three 
Fiberglas underground gasoline storage tanks installed at Pure Oil 
Company station on Rosemont Avenue in Virginia Beach. Tanks, 
recommended as solution to leakage problems, are first of its kind 
installed in I'irginia. 



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231 VA. BEACH BLVD. 6A 8-7755 

Established 1911 



PAHS Class z 
Of W To Meet 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The meitt 

bcrs of the Princess Anne Hi^ 
School Oass of 1968 will cdebrate 
ths tenth anniversary of theif 
graduation at a class reunion Fri» 
day, June 18 at the S.iore Dri\« 
Inn Restaurant, Virginia Beach. *I 

The reunion will begin with cocic." 
tails at 6:30 p.m. and will be fol* 
lowed by a bjtfet dinner-dance. A 
popular local musical group wilj 
provide music for dancing. 

Those class members who hava 
not yet bean contacted by the r^, 
union conmiittee are a^ed to caH« 
Mrs. Frank Craft (Beverly BarT 
ger), 428-3591; Mrs. Edward Ab» 
aurjilie (Frankie Balfour) 340-91^ 
or Mrs. Dsbney Hawkins (Janet 
Morgan), 588-4183 for reserva- 
tions. Re-fervations have been re- 
ceived frcm more than 72 persoai 
to date and include graduates why 
will return from Califomia, FhrC 
da, South Dakota, Arizona ani 
North Carolina to Virginia Beach.* 
for the reunion. The deadline br 
reservations is May 15- 



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TO BENEFIT (he American Cancer Society, "The Soond ol Music" 
will be presented at Princess Anne Hi|^ School tta two perfonnanoes. 
Friday, May 20, and Saturday. May 21, at S |i.m. Admiaaion wfli be 
$2. 50 per perwn (tax included). For reservatiOM adl 42MU1. M»- 
3030, or 428-1612. Getting ready to perforin again are (I. to r.) Lerile 
and Lynae Jarrett with .Mary Jo KeDam Chaplain who play three of 
the famous children of Captain Von Trapp. (Sua staff photo) 



for educational be%fits under the 
new GI Bill are nofw available at 
Veterans Administration offices 
throughout tfae cocntijr and at all 
majw caHeges, universities, high 
schools and edocational centers, 
William J. Pow«-«, Manager of 
the Roanoke Veterans A^ninistra- 
tion Regional Office, announced 
today. 

Information pam?rfjlcts and per- 
sonal assistance in filling out the 
ajplications can be obtained at 
aoy VA office, at jc^kges and 
other educational institutions. 

Earliest date for courses under 
VA payment has been set by tow 
as June 1, 1M6, Powers said, witli 
paj^nent to be made the montli 
Mowing each month's otudy. 

There wiH be aonple time for 
tlnse who eiipeet to «iter the 
Sunnnter Session to confdete the 
necessary pa|>erwork before the 
Jane 1 date. Powers said. 

A normal summer school enroll- 
ment is expected, with the big 
ru^ for enrollment cnning in Sep- 
tertber for the Fall Semesto-. 

This post^Korean educational 
program will be open to aD vet- 



activ" duty sarice, any part at 
which occurred on or after F*. 
U 1965; if less t^an 181 days' serv- 
ice, he must have bees dfacharg- 
ed » released for a service<on- 
nected disability- Ihe veteran 
nwst have a dischaiige that is 
other than dishonorable. 

These veterans will be eligible 
for one month of edircation ioc 
each month or fraction of a month 
that they were on active duty. 
Powers said. 

Lynnhaven GC 

LYNNHAVEN-^Mrs. C W. Jo-- 
nigan has been deoted president 
of the Lynnhaven Garden Clii> at 
its May meeting held recently. 

Other menti[)ers presented by the 
nominating committee and unani- 
mously accepted were Mrs. Curtis 
Reid, vice president; Mrs. Uoyd 
Hershberger, second vice presi- 
dent; Mrs. Harry E. Billups, re- 
cording secretary; Miss Laura 
Harness, treasurer; and Mrs. T. 
C. Hunter, corresponding secre- 
tary. 



{»-oved colleges and uniiiersities, 
vocational schools, correspondence 
schools and at high Khool tevd. 
Aj^proval d the insdtutioB will be 
nuule by state approving agen- 
cies. Pore^ <»)urse approvals will 
be by VA. 

The VA will pay $100 a nxmth 
to iAose veterans with no depend- 
ents who take fidl-time courses. 
Veterans with one dependent wifl 
receive $125 a month while those 
with more than one de|)endnt will 
rceive $150 a month. 

Proportionate rates will be paid 
those \ika% part time courses. 

Earned inconne of the veteran 
will not aKect his nwnthly VA 
payment. Powers pointed out. 

Maximum education will be 36 
months. 

There Is no deadline as to w^n 
a veteran must enter upon his ed- 
ucation. VA payment wSl be made 
only to the ei^ith annua] annivo-- 
sary of his discharge from active 
duty with the exception that all 
veterans will be dl)le to partici- 
pate in the program until May 
31, 1974,' r^ardless of their dis- 
' charge date. 



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Material! BaadUiig 

Itara is no stram in pudiiitg a button or in fletting a tinier. And 
thM's 'what you can do today when farm products need to be moved or 
liftad. M^erMs htnAing equipmoit can do this work for you. 

Materials bancBing equipmwit, espedaHy in automatic feeding, is 
on? d the biggest advances made in recent years for saving labor in 
the agriwdtural industry. Tlie red test is fiming the ieast-coat ^stem 
with the ri^ conrf)kjation of e^*"*"* ^ y***"^ vee^. 

MedianiBBtion, which has been used tor years ini the harvesting of 
crops, has nwv^ into faitn buildings. You can now set up a system to 
handle and process those crops as they come from the fidd. This sys- 
tem may be applied to a variety of fanning opwations— livestock rais- 
ing, dairying, poultry farming, grain growing, even generad famring. 

to many places, i*ort-time, high-powered materials hancHing opera- 
tions for grinding, mixing, and distrftHiting are giving way to low 
horsepower, automatic operations. In such a system, you ska[iy use 
smaHer. automaticalJy controlled motors over a knger perior for the 
feeding operation. 

Since the motors are smaier, they cost less. And the niato-ials 
handling equ^ment can be smaller, lighter, and therefore less costly. 
Abo, it is easier to fit equipmant t» the job. Since each faim need is 
different, this is a decided advantage. 

In this autouTiaitic type of materials handling system, contrds have 
been developed Uiat allow you to perform practically any series of 
operations desired. Your materials handling system may be started 
manuaily. by timers or by pressure switches. By using safety circuits 
to constantly check motors and other equipm«it, the «itire system can 
be designed to shut down when anything goes wTMig. A warning devise 
such as a buzzer, horn or liglrt can be included to call your attention 
to a breakdown. 

' Since a considerable investment is involved in setting up an auto- 
matic materials handling system, you will naturally figtffe costs care- 
fullyij fitting tjhe desig? and scope of the system into the needs of your 
partfcular product or products. 

Since you're fitting your installation to a particular job, you'll have 
to size your system to the quantities of materials handled. Then, in 
choosing processing equipmemt, match the equipment's capacity. 

The form of feed or other materia you use i^ also an irolJtortant 
factor in deciding equipment requiranents, such as type and size. So is 
the location d storage facilities. The size of the operaition, buddings and 
equipment must be carefully matched for your installation to do the 
whale feeding job for you efficiently. 

When, you have considered ail these items for your particular in- 
stallation, your advanced planning and figuring should add 15) to a 
combinatum of buiWir^s and equipment as eJficient as a modem fac- 
tory. And as a modem factory, your system diould, wh«i in operatk>n, 
be a profitable investment. 

If you art thiidcing about a materials handling systetn for your 
fawn, you can get valuable planning help by contacting my office, 
your power suppBfef representative, or writing VPI, Bladdsurg, Va. 



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Stark new comedy, "Promise Her Anything," a Paramount Picture 
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'Born Yesterday' 



BORN, YESTERDAY, by Garson 
Kanin. Direction, das'gn, and 
jightir.'g by Timothy L. Jones. 
CostLir.es by Diane Liederman. 
Cast: Sandra Kane, Willia-ii 
Pitts, Jr., Marvin "Marity" Da- 
vis, Michael Bruen, Tom Cable, 
Hank Mauro, Marty Mulfjrd, 
Ken Gallo, Ty SiiVrt and Ann 
Wyn Williams. The Cavalier Din- 
ner Playhouse, Norfolk, Virginia. 

Born Yesterday, written just 
sifter World War II, centers 
around ac tivity and misactivity in 
Wa-hingtcn, D. C. However, its 
thtme is timeless and the action 
could just as «i»sily have taken 
iplace today. The story is a simpJe 
one. Generally it is a variation 
of the told eternal triangle theme. 
Harry Brock, junkman with a 
million or more dollars, arrives 
in Washington with his dumb 
blonde mistress, Billie Dawn. Har- 
ry, used to buying anything or 
anyone he wants, including Billie, 
is there to buy a Senator. 



AHhou:^ it appears for awhile 
he may be successful, right wins 
out over evil and the "red, white 
and blue" survives another un- 
couth loudmouth who figures de- 
mocracy can be bought. 

Billie is truly dumb. All she 
cares about is her connfort and 
her two mink co'ats. To her the 
coats are the pinnacle of success. 
But Harry hires a young newspa- 
per columnist to tutor BMlie in 
the finer things of life. The young 
crusader is supposed to teach her 
such subjects as current events, 
literature and philosophy, but 
somehow or other, chemistry en- 
ters both sides of the teaching 
picture too. 

This proves somewhat embar- 
rassing to Harry, who has turned 
over many of his corporations to 
Billie, that is, on paper. The play 
is a classic comedy, and is just 
as bright today as the day it was 
written. 

The Cavalier Dinner Playhouse 
production of the hilarious comedy 
is excellent. It has everything it 
should have, and shows a tremen- 
dous amount of tender loving care 
on the parts of the actors and the 
producer-director. 

Marvin "iMarty" Davis, as the 
blustering Harry Brock, portrays 
the role with ease. The ridiculous, 
embarrassed laugh he Mnploys 
at moments of stress soon has the 
audience in stitches. He plays 
Harry with a great amount of be- 
lievability, and the role is a dif- 
ficult one. 

Sandra Kane, as the voluptuous 
but dumb Billie, is a delight to 



watch. In the early scenes, her 
hj>swinging ssemed to cariaca- i 
ture the farmer sh&.vgirl, but slie ■ 
later relaxed and presented a nice ] 
even performance of a girl trans- i 
formed by usin.3 her brain. 

The role of Paul Verrall, news- : 
paoerman, is handled nicely by '' 
William Pitts, Jr. He perhays 
plays Paul a bit too stuffily durin:^ 
the first half of the play, but 
ca-nes to the n'.ay's climax with 
flying colors. 

Mic! ale Bruen plays Ed Devery, 
attorney to Brock and the 6ne per. 
son who kee:>s him in line. Bruen 
is anctiher who comes across to 
best advantage in the final mo- 
ments after a tepid performance 
earlier as the disillusioned lawyer 
"owned" by Brock. 

Ken Gallo moves smoothly and 
uncbtrusiveiy through his role as 
Eddie Brock, Harry's bodyguard 
and cousin, then draws deserved 
applause for one beautiful bit 
when he discovers Harry actually 
reading a book. 

fThe role of Senator Norval 
Hedges is not handled well by 
Tom Coble. Actually there seemed 
to be little characterization, and 
if that man was a Senator, we 
are glad we did not vote for him. 
Fortunately this is not a serious 
dravVback to the production, since 
the role is not that large. 

Generally, it is a fine produc- 
tion, worthy of a sellout every 
night. 

Cast Named 

VIRGINM BEACH - "See How 
They Run," a rollicking farce by 
Philip King, will be the final pro- 
duction of the Virginia Beach Lit- 
tle Theatre for the current season. 
The show, directed by George 
Williams, will open June 3rd and 
run through the 4th. 5lh, 10th and 
11th at the Courtyard Playhouse 
on 17th Street between Atlantic 
and Pacific aves. 

The nine members of the cast 
who will perform are Cary Jones 
as Penelope Toop; Anne Penning- 
ton, Miss Skillon; George Mentz, 
the Rev. Lionel Toop; Angela 
Walker. Ida; Tcm Eyerly, Cor- 
poral Clive Winton; Bob Wain- 
wright, the Bishcp of Lax; B.b 
Furni-s, the Rev. Arthur Humph- 
rey: Sandy Hastie, The Intruder; 
and Ian Goodwin, Sergeant Tow: 
ers. 

The box dficc (428-9632) will be 
open on the days of performances 
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. 
until curtain time at 8:30 p.m. 




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Virginia Beach SUN, IHUR5DAY, MAY 12, 1966 

Page 3-B 



BLUE RIBBON WINNER — Miss Neva Bacle proudly displays the 
blue ribbon she received for winning the 600 walk and run event 
for grade 4 girl^ at Kings Grant school during the recent competi- 
tion to select winners who will represent the school in the up-coming 
Physical Fitness Meet, which will be held May 19 at Cox High, school 
for the entire elementary school system in Virginia Beach. Those 
who won the most blue ribbons will be selected to represent their 
school. From Kings Grant out of the hundreds of competitors, Pat- 
rick Nipper of Grade 4 was first with 4 blue ribbons. A lie for second ^, 

place went to Wayne Mock grade 7, and Susan Roberts— grade 

5, each with 3 blue ribbons. A four-way tie for the third prize went 
to Dennis Adair— grade 7, Audrey Sotterwaitc— grade 4, Maria Gin- 
gras— grade 6, and Lee Haywood— grade 7. Each won two blue rib- 
bons. Neva, with only one blue ribbon, will not compete on the city- 
wide level ... but she is happy just the same. (Staff photo by 
Padrick) 



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dant piaw tntiUSa of the Oiffonl 
Herw Httjo Sdioal wiH be pre- 
•Mted Sunday, May 15. at the 
MoMk ktcatioo d the sdiool, 7« 
aUiicy. 

33ie first racttal at 2 pm. will 

feMore the aludents from the clasg „. „.^ ^_.„ , 

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Enrollment Time 

KEMPSVILLE-Enrdlment for 
KempsvHle Kindergarten will be 
taken for the next few weclu on 
Wednesdays and FYidayg from 9 
a.m. to 12 noon. 

For further irtParmat'on call 
Mrs. H. F. Tvler at 497-38» or 
Mrs. R. E; Dorcr at 497-^7. 

Ken^)svillc Kindergarten is held 
at the Community Methodist 



• LiOAL NOTICES 



NOTICE 
Take notice that on Mav 26 
M86. at 10:00 a.m. at Holt Buick 
toe.. «S0 Virginia Beadi Blvd. 
Virginia B^ch. Va.. we shall ex 
P"K to sde. one 1963 Ford station" 
^•w 4 dr., serial number 3U74- 
^^MUBB. seized and repossessed 
fam Tljoroas G Register, 4804 
CoB^ga Road, Virginia Beach. 
Vn^inia, by virtue of the breach 
of a certain conditional sales con- 
tract, dated January 2. 1984, in 
' pursuance of the Unifonn Sales 
Act of Virginia. Terms Cash. 
ttoJt Buick. Inc. 
tlA & Pacific 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

S-12-lt 



NOTICE I 

>^*ginia: 

flie r^ular meeting of the Caun. 
cil of the City of Virginia Beach 
wffl be held in the Circuit Court 
00 Monday. May 23. 1966 at 10 
o'ckx^ a.m. at which time per- 
sona will be heard for and against 
the following projxjsed change of 
toniog: 

I. Application of the Princess 
Anne TelejAone Company by Kel- 
lam and Kellam, Attorneys, for a 
diange of zoning from .Agricultur- 
al District (A-Ri to Limited Com- 
mercial District 1 (C-L. i of a por- 
tion of Lot 11. Court House .\cr2s, 
said property fronting 135 feet 
more or less on the North side of 
Court House Drive, fronting 200 
feet more or less on the East side 
<rf Court House Drive, a distance 
of HO feet more or less along the 
Nortiiem property line, a distance 
of 200 feet more cr less along the 
Eastern property line. Princess 
Aaoe Borough. 

John V. Fentress, City Clerk. 
5-12-2t 



The annual OiUdren's Si)ring 
program will be given by the little 
boys and girls of Kempsvillc Kin- 
dergarten on Wednesday evening. 
May 25. at 7 p.m. at Ketipsville 
Junior High School. 

• LEGAL NOTlds 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Brydges k Broylcs. p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

4-28-41 



CmiMdSlVEALTII OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's (Atyce of the Cir 
«uit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 19th day of April, 
1906. 

DARLENE FUSSEaX, Plaintiff, 
against 

WILLIAM ROY FUSSELL, De- 
fendant. 

iIMer of aPubUcatioB 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii fron the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 2 years con- 
tinuous separation (.Amended Bill 
of CamplaJnsot). 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fUed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virgmia. the last known post of- 
fice address being; Dothan. .Ala- 
bama, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit- 

A copy— Teste: 

XJOS V. raLNTRESS. Cl«-k. 



COMMONH'EAl.TH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of t.he c:ty of Virginia 
Beach, on the 9th day of May, 
1966 

PEGGY LOU ROSS. Plaintiff, 

against 
DON.ALD E. ROSS, Defendant. 
. Order of PubUcatfon ', 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mcnsa et thoro. 
to be in due time merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon t.he 
grounds cf dssei-tion and abandon- 
ment on the part of the defendant 
on February 1st. 1936, which said 
desertion and abandonment has 
been continuous and uninterri^ted, 
and without cohabitation, and 
which was without just cause. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 1220 N. W. 1st 
.Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 
it is ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 item days after 
due publication herecl. and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clark 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Messrs. Bashara & Hubbard. 

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• LEGAL NOTICES 



COMMONWEALTH OF IVQtGINIA 

to Ae CMri oaaee of tSe es^ 
Seaok, on the 2nd day of Mar. 

iLISDA KA YBiBilL, Inft.. 
^ iPtaiatiH . 

DANIEL W. BfiOLL, Defendant. 

The abject of Ms suit b to ob- 
tain a <ttvorce a nwoBa et tboro 
to be later me-ged into a divorce 
a vincido matrimonii, from the 
Mid defendant c|>on Uie gfounds 
gI desertion. 

And an affidavit having beai 
made an^ filed that (he (kfendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Vinginia, the la^ known post of- 
fice address being: 666 Wooster, 
North BarbertoB, Ohio, it is ot- 
do'ed ttiat he do a^jpear here with- 
in ten (10) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest in 
this suit 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. , 
Theodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
lOS N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
J 5-12-4t 



COMMONWIALIH %W yiRGINIA 

iln the Cleric's OJfice of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 5th day of May, 
1966. , 

Vmmk OUTFEE PVANS, 
Plaintiff. 



» 



RUDOLPH EVANS, Defendwt. 
Order lofcp^blicatlon 

TV object of this suit is ta ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said deilendBnt, 
upon the grounds of separation for 
more than two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 609 North Pop- 
lar Street, Champaign, Illinois, it 
is ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days aifter due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: , 

JOHN V. FBNTOES8, Clerk. 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Brydges, Broyles k McKenry, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
iiVirginia Beach, Virginia 

5-12-4t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINL\ 

In the Clerk's a'u'ice of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 29th day of April, 
1966. 
BONALD JOSEPH HEITZMAN, 
Plaintiff, 
against 
NANCY LEE HEITZMAN. 
Defendant. 

Order of iPublicatlon ^ 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion lasL 
ing for a period of more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: Apartment 708, 
601 O'Farrell areet, San Francis- 
co, California, it is ordered that 
she do appear here within ten ( 10) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. DC 
Theodore A. Boyce, pq. 
106 Plaza Trail— North 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-5-41 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 25tfa day of April 
19K. 

PHILLIP J. BRESNAHAN. 
Plaintiff, 
against 

MARY LOU BRESNAHAN. 
Defendant. 

Order ^ PubUcatkm < 

The object, of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be in due time merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upwi the 
^unds of desertion, 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resideirt of the State oi 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address bang: Route 1. Box 
153. Menominee. Michigan, it is 
ordered Uiat she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
ptAHcation hereof, and do wbat 
njay be necessaiy to {urotect her 
ftterest in this anit. 

And an affidavit havii^ been 

A copy— Teste: 

JOiffs' V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: J Oirtis Fruit. DC 
Lff^vii. Sdtks k VtLauA. pq- 



Plaza One 



4»4t 



C0MM0NW1LAL1H Of VIRGINIA 

In the Cierit'a OIEice of the Cir- 
cuit Court of tte City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 25th day of April. 
1961. 

WILLIAM STANLEY BOEQiER, 
Plaintiff, 
i«ainst 

VffiGJNUA LOUISE HORNER, 
Defendant. 

<Mer ifi V^MaOkm 

tte object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divoree a vincuk) nwtri- 
monii from tbe said defendant, 
upon Oe grounds of two-year sep- 
aration. 

And an affidavit having been 
vaade and filed that the defendant 
is a non-residait of the State of 
Vir^a, the last known post of- 
fkie address being: 3924 Bbnerton 
Avenue, c/o Helen Smith, Harris- 
burg, Pennsylvania, it is ordered 
that she do appear here within 
ten (10) days ^ter due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what may b» 
necessary to protect her mteresj 
in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D£. 
Caton k Wright, p.q. 
Edward T. Caton III 
2506 Pacific Av«iue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

4-2B4t 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

C(»!MONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cmt Oourt of the City (rf Vii^nia 
Beadi, on the 18th day of April, 
1966. 

BONNIE J. ELWANGER, 
Plaint^f, 
against 

ERNEST D. ELWANGER, 
Defendant. 

Order of PubHcatioii 

ITie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matrimo- 
nii from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion and sban- 
donment on the part of the defend- 
ant as of Etecember 28( 1964, which 
said desertion and abandonment 
has been continuous and uninter- 
rupted, and without cohabitation. 

And an affidavit having been 
and which does still continue. 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
otfice address being: c/o PMlip 
Elwanger, Route 3. Cprydon, In- 
diana, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest ui this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Cleric. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Bashara & Hubbard, p.q. 
Board of Trade Buili&ig 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4^Jl-4t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 19th day of April, 
1966. 

MALVBNE HUGHES KELLAM, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

CHARLES EDWARD KELLAM. 
JR., Defendant. 

Order <«t PubUoattoi 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a div(»x:e a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendairt, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address bemg: 2755 Sunny 
Area Drive, North Jacksonville, 
Florida, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do wbat may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this suit. 

A oogy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Hilary H. Jones, Jr, 
lOOe Church Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4-28-^ 

Commonwealth of Virginia 

In the iClerk's Office pf Ihe Clr- 
cuit iCourt of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on .the 25th day pf April> 
1966. 

BERNARD F. AUSTIN, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

OAROLYNE ANNE AUSTIN, 
Defendant. 
Order Of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain an annulment, upon the 
grounds that said marriage was 
void by statute when contracted. 
And an affidavit having been made 
and filed that the defendant is a 
non-resident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post office 
address being: 1715 Hougl^on 
Road. Charleston. South Carolina, 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D. C. 
Willcox, Savage, Lawrence, 
Dickson & Spindle 
3115 Pacific Avenue , 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

4-284t 

COMMONWEALTH OF VHIGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Oourt of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 18th day of April. 
1966. 

JACK E. GARRETT. Plaintiff, 
against 

JOYCE ARLENE GARRETT. 
Defendant. 

Order of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ob-_ 
tain a divorce a vincuk) matrimo- 
nii from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds that the parties have 
lived separate and apart, without 
intcrn^tion and without cohabita. 
tion for more than two years. 

And an affidavit having be«> 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 231 - 2nd 
Street, LaSalle. Illinois, it is or- 
dered that ^ do appear here 
within ten 1 10 > days after due piA- 
lication hereof, and do what may 
be aeceKary to protect her inter- 
est in fiiis suit 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: J Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Bashara k HUbbard. p.q. 
Board of Trade Buikhng 
Ncrfoik, Virginia 

4-2Ht 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINL\ 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Oourt of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 18th day of April, 
1966. 

NAOMI S. BAiRHAM, Plamtiff. 
against 

WILLIAM S. BARHl'^M. Defend- 
ant. 

Order of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matrimo- 
nii from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 2707 Moun- 
tain Air Drive, Roanoke, Virginia, 
it is ordered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 
Brydges k Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

4-214t 



Virginia Beach SUN, TI-IURSDAY, MAY 12, 1966 



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MIRE • BUY • SELL- RENT • SWAP • HIRE • BUY- SELL- RENT • SWA^J • HiRE • BU ' • SELL;_P?f:ri 



BUSINESS SERVICB 



30 ApplHi»c» UrttcM 



VACUUM CLEANERS — Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt d- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and de- 
livery. Phone 4284222. Fuel 
Feed & Building Siqpplies, Inc. 

tfn 

NOTICE! 

Contractors & Home Builders — 

Let us help you with that new 

home — additions — or repairs. 

We can furnish materials from 

basement to attic and aid you in 

financing. 

Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 

(1) 42&-2661 

426-3750 

426-3937 

tfn 

31 Building — Repairing 



NOTICE! 
Contractors & Home Builders- 
Let us help you with that new 
home — additions — or repairs. 
We can furnish materials from 
basement to attic and aid you in 
financing. 
Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 
(1) 426-2661 
426-3'/S0 
426-3837 
tfn 

EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help Wanted— Female 



UNLIMITED EARNINGS 

Sell Real Estate. Have openings 
for saleswomen at Viiiginia Beach 
Office, located next to Princess 
Anne Plaza Sliopping Center. Ex- 
tellent working conditions sai 
Equal Duty Time. Many fringe 
benefits such as Hospitalization. 
Group Insurance, Incentive Bonus 
Plan. Experience not necessary. 
We will train you. All interviews 
confidential. Call J. F. Peters. 
340-3232. 

Goodman-Segar-Hogan 
Residential Sales Corp. 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Oourt of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 18th day of April, 
1966. 

JANE RAINEY RODGERS, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

PATRICK ALOYSIUS RODG- 
ERS. Defendant. 
Order of Publication 

Th^ object of this suit is to ob^ 
tain a divorce a vinculo matrimo- 
nii from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 8 Parkside 
Pi. _ Portsmouth, Virginia, and 
that (iue diligence has been used 
by and on behalf of the complain- 
ant to ascertain in which county 
or corporation the defendant Ls 
without effect, it is ordered that 
he do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 
Kellam and Kellam, p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 
4-21-41 

MMNOUNCEMENTS 



10 Special Notices 



GHOST WRITLXG SERVICE - 
Speeches, articles, promotion, re- 
ports, etc. You have the thoughts 
... I have the words. Phone 340- 
1978 after 6 PM., for details and 
pricis^ 4-28 tfn 



AUTOMOTIVE 



26 Mobil* Homes For Sale 



196e DeU-oiter. 35 feet by 8 feet. 
2 bedrooms, bath and cannbination 
kitchen and living room. Call 438- 
4796. 5-5-tfn 



AUTOMOTIVE 



26 Mobile Homes For Sale 



HOMETTE - 1954. 52x10 foot, 2 
bedrooms, beige and white. Early 
American furniture, stove, refrig- 
erator and washer: like new; k>- 
cated lot 144, DavisviUe Court at 
Hilltop. Virginia Beach. Ju^ ^- 
sme payments and move in. Mr. 
DeUart, 34&«311, 3404S01, 340-4971. 

^24-th 



BEAUTY CONSULTANTS 
BEAUTICIANS 

COSMETICIANS 
MODELS 
"Youth WiU Have It's Way" 
Asi a young and growing com- 
pany, we know this is true. We 
want to talk to ladies who have 
the desire and capacity to pave 
their way to high income and ad- 
vancement opportunities. To model 
and demonstrate a complete new 
concept in modern cosmetics with 
the finest line of products. 
MORNING COFFEES 
AFTERNOON TEAS 
EVENING GLAMOUR HOURS 
Free training in proven success 
techniques are just a part of our 
growth package. Excellent oppor- 
tunities for those with managerial 
diility. Age over 21. 
Awards 

Bonuses 

Commissimis 
CHOOSE YOUR OWN HOURS 
NO a\NVASSING 
Call 428-1750 
2-17-tfn 

41 Help Wanted— Male 



CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
cepted. No experience necessary. 
$85-$l25 weekly. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room rent. Safe- 
way Taxi, '3762 Shore Drive, Vu-- 
ginia Beach. 464^62. 9-23-tfn 



42 Help Wanted 
Male or Female 



MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

Typists 

Stenographen 

We have immediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired—work on these temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment, 627-366L 

IManpower, Inc. 

733 Boush Street 

5^-tfn 



FINANCIAL 



50 BusineM OpportuwitI— 



1966 Singer, Mbm^ams, button- 
holes, fancy stitches, etc. Take 
over balance $47.90. 11.25 a week. 
Call Credit Department. 859^491. 



60 Correepondenco Courses 



PIANO lessons given in my home 
or yours. Aragcma Village. Call 
497-6296. 3-17-tfn 



MERCHANDISE 



90 Articles For Sale 



43 Position Wanted—Femele 

Will do baby sittii^ in my home 
D> r.aur, or care for chil(iren for 
workirg mothers. Age 2 years and 
up. Call 428-5357. 5-12-tfn 



Electric e<feer with extension cord. 
Perfect condition. Reasonable. Call 
^8-3012. 5-12-lt 



KEEP carpet cleaning problems 
small — use Blue Lustre wall to 
wall. Rent eledric shampooer $1. 
Bayside Hardware. 5-12-lt 



Stainless steel, 3 door, Sta-Cold 
commercial refrigerator. Original 
cost $1200. Selling for $500. Call 
^8-1515. 4-14-tfn 



ALADDIN'S LAMP-ANTIQUES 
Mjfhy happy surprises mcluding 
books. Robbins Comer. P. P. 
Owen, Manager. 464^344. 5-5^-R 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACTS — I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nytons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9816. 34!4-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 
1 09 Apts., Furn.-Unfurn. 

ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call 42&«566 or 428- 
2724. • 3-17-tfn 



110— Apartments Unfurn. 



Unfurnished apartments. 2 bed- 
rooms each. Oil heat, both newly 
painted throughout. Electric range 
and refrigerator furnished. Year 
round rent. Must see to appre- 
ciate. Call 428-1940. 428-3113. 4-7-tfn 



LONDON BRIDGE— Duplex apart- 
ment. 2:»1 Wolf St. Stove and 
refrigerator. DeHart. 340«91. 340- 
8311, 340^ 71. 2-17-tfn 

111 Apartments Furnished 

Apartment for rent. Sleeps 6 or 7. 
Conveniently located to 31st Street 
shopping center. IVi block from 
ocean. $700 for season or $75 
weekly. 428-5357 or 2905 Arctic 
Avenue. 5-12-tfn 



Furnished [Efficiency Apart:nent 

Available immediately through No- 
veni)er. Si4>let Mayflower AparL 
ment. Call 428-8843 before 8:30 

5-5-Lfn 



a.m. 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 
INSTRUCTIONS 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

BrUtow Hardin, Director 

312 • 3Sth Street 

Virginia Beach 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



111 Apartments Furnished 



LOW winter rates until June 1st, 
or yearly. Also monthly. Located 
in the heart of the beach, near 
ocean front. 428^13. 10-21-tfn 



AusUn's Court Motel Apartments, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartment 
and furnished rooms. Block 
from Bus Station. By week or 
month. 

tfn 

Furnished apartment — living 
room, bedroom, kitchenette, large 
closet and bath. Available June 
1st. $75 monthly through Septem- 
ber. $45 monthly remainder of 
year. Call C8-7827 or 4284960. 

5-12-tfn 



Livfaig room, bedroom, kitchen, 
bath. Convenient to shopping, 
churches, laundroniat. Very 
reasonable yearly rental. Pacific 
Avenue. Phone owner 428-5016 
or 428-2143. 

7-29-tfn 

APARTMENTS - Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 
3-2-tf n 

1 1 2 A— Cottages for Rent: 
Furn. or Unfurn. 



Living-ro<MTi, two bedrooms and 
kitchen. $75 a month yearly lease. 
Available. Call 428-6425. Wl-tfn 



11 3A Houses, Furnished 
or Unfurnished 



1 bedroom $55. 2 bedroom $75-$125. 
3 bedroom $85-$200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 428-7421 anytime. 12-9-tfn 

1 1 5A Resort Property 
For Rent 

1216 Cypress, three bedrooms, two 
baths, heat, yearly lease. $110.00 
month. Call 428-7152. 4-21-tfn 



Near bases and beach. Small cot- 
tages furnished. No deposits. Cou- 
ple only. No pets. Call 340-8329. 

4-7-tfn 



116 Business Places 
For Rent 



2240 Greatneck Road — Office for 
rent, includes utilities, telephone, 
air condition, clerical services. 
$125.00 month. Call 464^521. 

4-21-tfn 



OFFICE — London Bridge, 317C 
Great Neck Road. Two rooms with 
heat included. $50 per month. Mr. 
DeHart-34^8591. 12-9-tfn 



3707 Virginia Beach Boulveard. 
Office and retail store space avail- 
able. Brand new, beautiful, two 
story elevated jpuilding. Ideally lo- 
cated between Pembroke Square 
and I^rincess Anne Plaza. Call By- 
ler Realty, 340-8081 or 340-3805. 

12-9-tfn 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Riganto 
Auction Company 



Hiiliiliil AlK tioiir.-|--.\|i|>liliM I- 

IMiiiili/iiii; In Hiisiiifss .iiid 

IXf.iic l,i(iiii(hitiini», Iiiiliis- 

tiial, Ur.il Kstiitc. .ludid.il 



BOOKICEEPER - C^HIERTYP- 
IST. .Mature woman wishes after- 
noon and/or evening work on 
hourly or weekly basis. References 
available as to character and abil- 
ity. P. 0. BoK 215, Va. Beach, Va. 

5-12-21 



44 Po sition Wanted-Male 

Harvard si^)homore would bke 
summer job with Virginia Beach 
lawyer. Contect Dan Thompson. 
Harvard GoUege. 17 Stoughton 
Ball, Can^idge, Mass. 02138. 

4-14-5t 



BUY -SELL 
BUILD - TRADE 

We are ready to help you obtain the house you 
and your family need and desire. 

GET THE ANSWERS TO PERSONAL QUESTIONS 

• Is my means sufficient? 

• What about my present home? 

• How about financing? 

• When can I move in? 

DISCUSS THESE QUESTIONS WITH OUR 
COURTEOUS SALES REPRESENTATIVES 

Call 497-4851 

TSunMELLS &fiTOHL 

RE/VL E-5T/\TE- BR0^9•RS 
4920 VIRGINIA BEACH BOULEVARD 
VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 23462 
Custom-built new homes and trade-ins in 

all sections of Virginia Beach 



REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 



124 Housok For Silo 



Aragona and PemlMx^e residents. 
Let us help you with your hous- 
ing problems. Drop into our new 
olfice next to the Flying A Station 
at the comer of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard and Aragona Boulevard 
or call 497-4854. Real Estate Bro- 
kors* 
RUNNiliLS & STOHL, INC. 

5-S-2t 



3 bedroom house. Stove, refrigera- 
tor, washer and dryer. Fenced 
in yard. Pay equity and assume 
G. 1. loan. Call 340-2730 after 6:30 
p.m. or aU day Saturday and Suit- 
day. 5-12-tifn 



3 and 4 bedroom, 2 bath, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story homes. G.I., 
F.H.A. financing available. Call 
Anchor Realty anytime. 428-7421. 
M«nber of MLS and NLS. 12-9-tfn 



RE/iL ESTAT E FOR SMB 

124 Homoa For ja^ 

LONDON BBHX3E - GotoWOOd 
Park, 2 duplex apartments, Hw in 
(ow side; rent the other. PSA, VA 
or Conventioiial Loan. IMBart 
Cwis., 340«11. 3«W8W, MMtn. 

SM4fo 



125 Lots For Sato 

BACK BAY - On Gum Bridge 
Road near Charity Church. 2^'« 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$8,200. Phone 34MJ11, MMW1» 
34M691. MMfn 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 



RENTAL REAL ESTATt 



CLASSIFIED DISPUY 
BUSINESS SERVICES 

Ask Your Eye Physician 
About 

TRAYLOR'S 

GUILD OPTICIAN 
Serving Virginia Beach 

1369 Latliin Rd., Va. Beacli 

Bernard H. McNamara, Mgr. 

GArden 8-4020 



Repairs 

ConuMorcial 

•>4 

HousaH^U 

RefrigeraHin 

Laandremata 
DeaUra for WMtiwiiiov 




Electrical Cont 

W. C. JOHNSON 

322 - 17tli Street 

Virginia Beacli 

Phone GA 8-4671 



does an 
800 lb. {orilla sleep? 

Any place he wants te! 

... but once you've seen 
the incomparable Regency 
at Hilltop apartments, that 
will be the only place 
you'll want to sleep .'; . 
and sleep you will, in 
sound-conditioned, air 
conditioned comfort. But 
sleeping Is only one of the 
many reasons for living at 
Regency at Hilltop, it 
takes just a couple of 
minutes to fall in love with 
Regency at Hilltop apart- 
ments. Why not drive out 
and see? Don't worry, the 
gorilla is a very heavy 
sleeper. 

St« our decorated model 
apartment. 

Drive west on Virginia Beach 
Blvd., (Rt. 58) left at Laskin 
Road overpass, then left at 
Regency Dr. (Lool( for tho 
Regency sign.) 

PAY ONE BILL! 

Air conditioning and 
Utilitiu Included. 

%«"£/ 

AT HILLTOf 

Opeo daily, Sunday U 'UI 7 
4M-U11 

McLe&ky.l^eaJty Co., Inc. 
Agents. 340-1251 



JUDY ANBRASSY REALTY 

1035 Laskin Road Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Announce Opening 
"NEW RENTAL DEPARTMENT" 

Designed To Satisfy Your Housing Needs. 

We Have Yearly Rentals 

Furnished & Unfurnished. 

Summer Rentals 

Weekly and Monthly. 

MARGO HELFRICH 



428-8800 — 428-7060 



2t 



i 




NOW YOU CAN RENT 
A NAME BRAND 

ICE MAKER 

AND SAVE ... 



The Newest In Ice Equipment Leased To You 
On A Plan To Meet Your Needs 

• No Investment 

• Guaranteed Service & Supply Of Ice 

• Option To Buy With Credit For Paymenli 

• 100'< BusinesI Expense Deduction 

For Tax Purpose 

CALL TODAY FOR 

COMPLETE INFORMATION 

4aB.4«71 

JOHNSONS RENTAL SERVICE 

327 Virginia Beach Bhrd. 



Virginia Bfeadi SUN, THUR^AY, MAY 12, 1966 
Pago 6^ 




MRS. E. A. HOFF^IEISTER'S forma] table setting won the Tri-Color 
■ward, at the TMewater Accredited Judges' Flower Show. Her table 
wa« bcMt^iUy detigiwd with Engli^ bone china, by IVUnton, 1793, 
wfatte, trimmed ta royal Uie and gM. Steuben wine glass, cham- 
P^ae glass and water goblet enhanced each place while yellow car- 
latiOM with aa occasioiial blue flower were part of the white candel- 
abra anraagenMnt. (photo by Cassandra)) 

Top Awards Won 



By MARY ELL£N GALLAGHER 

VIRG»a.\ BEAOI - The touch 
(rf the masters was in evidence at 
the Flower Show which was held 
at the Gard«i Center in .Norfolk, 
sponsored by the Accredited Judg- 
es in the Tidewater District. In- 
terpretive designs and breathtait- 
ing color of horticulture specimens 
fflled the room. The stage was 
land^aped with azaleas, unusual 
coleous and greens, setting the 
theme for the patio tables and the 
garden statuary which would be 
given as prizes for the tcp awards. 

The Educational Division, "The 
Natural Touch." a display show- 
ing the proper Iris planting; "Na. 
tffl-e in Ck)lor," a display of many 
beautiful varieties of azaleas and 
objects d'art; "Our Judges 
Choice" of hand crafted contain- 
ers and accessories ttiade by the 
judges added much to the educa- 
ticHial value of the show. 

JtK^es from Virginia Beach 
took many of the tq) awards. Mrs. 
E. A. Hoffeneister, Cavalier Gar- 
den CW), won the Tri Color for 
her formal t^le in the table sec- 
tion. "Exquisite" was the com- 
ment of the Judges. 

Mrs. David Slonnont, Sr., Bird- 
neck Pmnt Garden Club walked 
away with the .Award of Distinc- 
tion for her interpretation of "Ob- 
jects d'Art." 

Mrs. Wniam N. HaH. Larkspur 
Meadows Gardrai Club was the 
recipient ni the Creativity .Award 
wHh h?r ;nterpretat;an of "Com- 
bi'stion" ,n the "Freed<»n of De- 
sign" cla.s. 

Other Vi.''gi:iia Beach j.daes win- 
ning ribbons W9.'t: Mrs. Malcolm 
H. Todd. Jr.. Mrs. .\nhr H. Gal- 
Ij^er. Mrs. Phillip C Morris in 
the Art;.<;tic DivisiM; Mrs. Rabert 
L. Mur.n won several blue ril^ns 
in the Hnrticulture Division. 

Mrs. August H. Culpe^^r. a 



student judge from Virginia Beach 
received second place for her in- 
terpretation at "Halls of Ivy" and 
blue ribbons in horticulture. 

Mrs. Y. 0. Kent, Green Soring 
Garden Club of Williamsburg won 
the Tri Color in the Artistic Ar- 
rangement Division. She also won 
the Sweep^akes Award for the 
most blue ribbons in the artistic 
classes. 

Mrs. G. Titman and Mrs. G. D. 
Overman won the Awards of Merit 
in the Horticulture Division. Mrs. 
Smith was the Sweepstakes win> 
ner in Horticulture. 

Other blue ribbon winners in the 
Artistic Division were: Mrs. Wal- 
ter Baiter, Capital Spring Garden 
Clii, Mrs. M.'w. Llewellyn Esta- 
brook Garden Club, Mrs. L. M. 
Gaputo, Marion Crosby Garden 
Clii, Mrs. James R. Cohen and 
Mrs. Edwin B. Forrest. In the In- 
vitatiMial classes Mrs. T. E. 
FieUs, Mrs. Char^es L. Todd and 
Mrs. W. D. Mason were tcp win- 
n«j. • 

This being a first, a .show in 
which the judges exhibited, out of 
town jwfess served on the panels 
and all agreed that it was a pro- 
duction of beautv. 



The 'T' Of It 




Lynnhaven P-TA i 

L^'XNJf.WEN - The Lynnha- I 
ven Elementary Partnt Teacher 
Association will meet Tue-day, 
May 17 at 7; 30 p.m. There will be 
a short business meeting at which 
('.:-> new 1937 officers will be in- 
stalled. 

F.)!lcuing the busir.i'.-^s mei.:tLng 
ti'.e Sbith and Seventli Grr.d.' cho- 
rus will pre-i'nt the mu.s:.'al and 
stace version of "The S^und cf 
Music" under the .i:rtcti;n cf 
Mrs. Proffitt, music t':;'.chir. This 
progran will be preen;..! I'gain 
on Wednesday night. May 18. for 
adults. 



HEY Y-TEEN! COLLEGE! 

VACATION! COVFERENCE! 

BOYS! 

lire's your big chance to eom- 
bine all this in one f'lr a t'liiilin" 
wt.k at the V-Teei's 0:/-;- 
this sun-. Tier. Yes. i\;\ 1. 
J'ju can have all lh:s an I TTjr:- i; 
Cillard College. 1 giiarantcj th 1! 
y:u'il wis): the c.i.'erence cj.- (i 
\a<\ throug.'..CLt tl'.e -um.Ticr! Your 
Y-Teen Dlra-tor has reiurnci 
frc.Ti the plannin,^ ecnfcrence and 
kn:,ws what kjid of surprises arj 
in store. 

First of all there will be a gv>d 
taste of college life at the Virginin- 
Carolina Conference. Site of the 
conference is Gailforri College in 
Greensboro. N. C. W.-'H live in 
dorms and have access to all fac- 
ets of college life minus the b:)oks 
and studying, ruf course! There 
will be tennis, golf, and swimming 
for the out-door gal and for the 
hard-lo^lease gal, well, it IS a 
co-ed school! 

The.Tie for this year's confer- 
ence is COU.NTDOWN— ARE YOU 
A-O.K.? The theme refers to the 
period cf time in which we hve, 
the conditions which surround us 
and the decisions which face us in 
our daily lives. We plan to look 
at the social pressures which con- 
front today's youth, pay attention 
to world conditions and examine 
the role of wwnen and girls in 
today's fast paced and changing 
society. 

Reverend Charles Jones of Chap- 
el Hill, N. C. will be the resource 
leader for the conference. 1 know 
that he promises to be stimulating 
and inspiring for those lucky girls 
who will attend the conference. 
There will be workshops in arts 
and crafts, music, and drama, 
just to name a few. The Y-Teens 
who attend this year's conference 
will have a "mountain tap" expe- 
rience. They will leave with new 
ideas and new life-fc-elings. Yju 
couldn't ask for more! I hcpe tnt 
you will be lucky 'Enough to atts. 1 
If you are interested, just let me 
knov\'! Call the YWC.\ of fire. 
iSchedule (af lActivities 

Monday — Cjra.iiics, bc.vling. 
swinTuT.ing. 

Tuesday — Trimnastios, horse- 
back, Bishcp sewirg, tennis. 

Wednesday — Pastels and wa- 
tercobrs, advanced oils, swim- 
ming, judo. 

Thursday — Gclf, tennis sculp- 
turing, trimnastics, flower arrang- 
ing. 

Friday — Oil painting. 

Gerald Lee Gates of 205 Chey- 
enne Drive, has been installed 
as secretary' of the 1986 alumni 
cla?s officers at the Un'.versity cf 
Pennsylvania daring the recently 
held traditional Hev Day exer- 
cises. 




J. C WHEAT 
^ND COMPANY 

MEMBER 

NFW YORK 

STOCK EXCHANGE 

15 SELDEN ARC'iDP 
NORFOLK. VA. 

PHONE MA 5-4281 



THE BAY HARBOR CLUB olfirlally kicked off the yachting season 
Saturday with the raisi.ig of the colors at the club's docks at the 
White Heron on Laskin Road. A cannon was fired, the flags were 
raised and club members started socialiiing aboard the yachts. 
(Sun staff photo) - : 



Orchid Society Formed 



VIR'JIXIA BEACH - Frank W. 
Israel wa.s elected president at 
the first meeting of the Tidewater 
Orchid Society held May 1 at the 
Norfolk Botanical Garden 'dmin-' 
ist'ratian Building. Twenty-three 
orchidists were in attendance far 
the non-profit organization which 
is devoted to promoting intii^rest in 
the propagation, growth, culture 
and scientific study of orchids. 

Meetings will be held tlje first 
Sunday each month at 2 p.m. in 
the Administration Building. .All 
orchidists from Tidewater, includ- 
ing Williamsburg, Hampton, New- 
port News, Smithfield, Portsmcuth 



Chesapeake, Norfolk and Virginia 
Beach are invited to attend the 
next meeting. 

A social period will precede the 
business meeting with individual 
members exhibiting one cf their 
orchid plants in bloom. 

Other officers elected at the 
first meeting were Mrs. R. L. 
Wood, vice president; Mrs. Rob- 
ert B. Phillips, secretary; and 
Mrs. LuciUe Slaughter, treasurer. 

Appointed to the Board of Di- 
rectors by the president were Dr. 
J. W. Phillips, Wiley Hinson, An- 
thony J. Greco, R. S. Osborn and 
Earl Learnard. 



For Clean, Economical Heat 
Mobilheat Kerosene Fuel Oil 

Call: FUEL FEED 

GA 8-4222 



FUEL, FEED 




Survey To 
Be Made 

VIRGINIA BE.ACH - Pastmas- 
ter J. T. Crosswhite, Jr. ^niwunc- 
ed tnday that Rural Mail Carriers 
and Star Ro.te Cantractars wiE 
begin di tr:bat:ng June L 1936 
Livestock Survey cards to farmer 
patrons on their routes about May 
23. 

Yoir Pest Office assists the Ds- 
partment of Agriculture each year 
in making this and t\»a other sur- 
veys. 

Live tock cards returned by far- 
mers to their carriers will be 
niailed direct to the Virginia Crop 
Reoortir.g Sarvi^e in Richmond. 
Information from e?ch card, if 
prcperly re.rorted, will then be 
tabulated and coni)ined with other 
reports to give indications of 
changes in livestock on Old Do- 
minion farms. These indications 
will bs used to establish estimates 
of the 1936 calf crop, the spring 
pig^crfp, as well as plans for fall 
farrowing, milk cows on farms, 
ami numbers of chickens in farm 
flecks. 

So, next week if you find in 
ycur mailbox a card titled "Live- 
tcck Survey, June 1, 1936," don't 
put it aside. It was placed there 
by your carrier. Postmaster J. T. 
Crosswhite, Jr. urges that you 
fill out the card and return it 
to your carrier as s:on as possible. 
It is important that you return 
the card for your farm since only 
a given number of farms will re- 
ceive these cards, and your com- 
munity will be Represented ac- 
cording to the number of cards 
returned. 




MRS. ROBIN H. OH'EN, prominent in educational, social, and civic 
endeavors at Virginia Beach, was responsible for an award of $30 
to be given to the Princess Anr,e Woman's Club of which she is Com- 
munity Projects chairman. The award was presented at the S9th 
annual convention of women's clubs held in Richmond. Mrs. Owen's 
work in Mental Health was the main project which brou^ recogni- 
tion to her and her club. She has just returned from an extended 
visit to Florida and Georgia accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Everett 
Hemphill of Haddonfield, N. J. (photo by Cassandra) 



King's Grant P-TA 

LYNNHAVEN - Installation of 
new officers and a musical pro- 
gram will be the features of tiie 
next regular meeting of king's 
Grant Parent-Teacher Association 
scheduled to be held Monday eve- 
ning, May 16, at 8 p.m. in the 
school's cafeteria. 



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ACCOMPLISHMENTS ALSd NOTED 



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Organization Candidates For City 
Council List Objectives For Beach 




INDEPENDENCE BOULEVARD, pictured here, and General BooUi Boulevard are moving along on 
schedule, according to Charles KIley, Director of Public Works. Kiley said work is "going flne" on both 
projects and the rain has not set them behind. Ci ty Manat^er W. Russell Hatchett reported at City 
Council last week that the work on the first pha se of Independence was ahead of schedule and ap- 
proximately $250,000 was needed for completion of sewer lines along the highway. The money was 
needed immediately to speed up the sewer const ruction enough to catch lip with tiie road construc- 
tion. Both General Booth and Independence Bouie vards are scheduled to be completed by December. 

(Staff photo by Mowe) 



School Board Tours UKIIS 



|By (Donglass ^BamM 

KEMPSVILLE - It is not often 
^at a roving reporter has as 
^j^kiatiitg a day as we had re- 
cently, for like Daman and 
PyOilas, wanted or not, we rtuck 
with the Virginia Beaeh School 
Board from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 
p.m. last Tuesday. 



player, many trophies which have 
been won by the school, the ex- 
cellent choral group in rehearsil 
the clean cafeteria, the home eco- 
nomics class in the process of 
cooking a meal the -adiuxiistraf. 
tion offices, th« art clashes, the 

(Continued on Page 4 A) 



Arriving at Union-Kempsville 
High school, we were among 
many members of the news media \ 
and many representatives from 
the Virginia Beach Council of 
Human Relations, NAACP, and 
P-TA. These were the same 
people who had asked the School 
Board at the April meeting to 
tour the area before the May 
meeting in order to evaluate the 
conditions at Union Kempsville 
High Sdiool. They had also asked 
that academic standards be looksd 
into since they wished to have 
the school accepted in the South- 
ern Association of Accredited High 
Srfiools. 

Entering the front door, en 
masse, led by &iperintendent 
Frank Cox and School principal 
Boykin, we were called from one 
room to another, from one group 
to another to "see this, and please 
look at that." We noted a very 
clean school with well-disciplined 
and attentive students in class- 
roon^; which were n o t over- 
crowded. There were, however, a 
few cracks in dcors, weather- 
beaten shades, Httle medicine in 
the clinic and a shortage of books 
in the library. Willis from the 
Ni^ACP adced that we mention 
the lack of plastic eye protectors 
furnished in other schools hr the 
metal shop students; and Claj^ 
asked Cox why there were no 
ethnic school books in an all- 
colored sichool. 

We saw a class learning Spanish 
which bad ear ohones and record 



Pumping On 
Schedule 

VIRGINU BEACH - According 
to the Virginia Beach Erosion 
CommisJion, the sand pumping 
operation for the boardwalk is on 
scnedule for this fiscal year. 

Joseph McDonald, consulting 
engineer, told the coinmission, 
"If we have a goad pumping rate 
In May. we wlill meet our target 
on suitaUe material for this 
year." 

The "target" McDonald spoke 
of is the dredging of 130,000 cub^c 
yards of good sand on the b&ach 
by June 30, the end of this fiscal 
year. The Amiy Corps of Engi- 
neers af^roved this amount of 
dredging. 

The commission, at its meeting 
Tuesday, delayed action on a pro- 
posal to build a storage and 
maintenance building on land it 
is obtaining at Can^ Pendleton. 

The commission members de- 
layed action on the matter until 
more cost estimates could be 
gatkhered. 

The commission also heard a 
report that nxM-e repairs will be 
needed on the bom^alk. the 
repairs, whidi were scheduled to 
be completed in a few days, were 
set bm:k when a truck broke a 
five-foot hole in the IwardwaUt 
at 291h street. 

Tlie commndssion altocated the 
money for the additional repairs 



Season Starts 
With R Lewis Trio 

VlRGilNIA BEACH-Sam Scott, 
Director off the Virgijiia Beach 
Dome said Tuesday that the 
TpSS^-tmal^Q win kick off 
a star-studded sunmner season 
fbr the convantion center. ' \ 

Scctt Faid the group will appear 
at the Dome Ma^^^at 8:30 p.m. 

Other shows tlis summer in- 
clude: Dave Brubeck, June 4; 
Associated Specialty Dog Show, 
June 10; Battle of the Bands. 
June 11; WGH Tip Thirty Revue, 
July 1; Victor iBorsge. July 2 and 
3; Dave Garner, July 10; Duke 
Ellington. July 16; The 'Beach 
Boys, July 23; Kiwanis Club An- 
nual Jazz Festival, July 30; Miss 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The Dem. 
ocratic Onganizaticn slate of can- 
didate? is in tlie process d distri!)- 
uting brochures to voters all over 
Virynia Beach. The brochures in- 
clude pictures of the eleven Or- 
ganization candidates and a sho.'t 
b;ogra;hy of each. In addition 24 
acccmplishnfien;s in the city dur- 
ing the r.ast four councilnnatic 
years are listed. D.iring that time 
Organization members have serv- 
ed on City Oouncil. The 24 •jc:cn- 
pli.i iments are bettered by thfe 27 
cibjectives of the 0;ganiz£t'ian in 
the coming years. Both the accom- 
plisl .Tients and the objectives are. 
impre:sive. 

24 Accomplisliments 

The brochure slates that during 
the r.ast fcur years the Police 
Division has added a total of 73 
persons and a large assortmen'. 
of inrjportant equipment. It tells 
of ten new industries in Virginia 
Beach since the estalblishment of 
tiie Industrial Deve;c';m€nt Au- 
thority. The industries, valued at 
$10 million, employ 300 ipeople. In 
the same period 3S2 school racms 
haVe been added and 518 teachers 
have been addsd to the stsCf. 



N arly half a million feet of water 
lin" and s.wer mmm l\ave been 
added, while nearly a tb:)u.5an:l 
rpiles of n3ad.5 were either nw;ly 
LJiitructtd or impreved. 

Liitcd also are tie n-w con- 
structicn proJ3cts either under^-ay 
or sbM to begin, including fc'e- 
pcn'^ence Boulevard, General 
Booth Boulevard and lue new 
bi'idge at Rudee Inlet. It is stated 



that four major bridges spanning 
Virginia Beach waterways were 
replaced. Other ai-comelisbments 
noted in'.'ude the new Windsor 
W„ods Library, a new health clin- 
is, the enlargement of the Public 
Health Building, tlie enlargement 
of Police Headquarters, and the 
soon te, be campleted first phase 
of Red Wing Park. 
Recreational accomplishments 



Armed Forces Parade Sat 



ViaGIMA PEACH-Final prrip- 

ralions are being made by all 
concerned f'lr the Armed Fcrces 
Day Parade Saturday. 

Units for the parade will be- 
gin forming ip at 8:30 a.m. at 
10th Street and Atlantic Avemue, 
and will break m at Slst Street. 

Parade officials report 130 units 
'vill be in this year's parade, 

irking it one of the bi^^est on 
:eccrd. 

The parpde is scheduled to be- 
■]in at 10:00 a.m. and will take 
jbout two hours. 



»»» 



LAST SEASON 



Little League. To Move 
Car Lot Taking Park 



VmGlNU mACH - This is 
the last season Little League 
Baseball will be played on Carey 
Field on Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard. The land was purchased by 
R. K. Chevrolet, Inc., and plans 
have already been announced for 
a new car sales and service fa- 
cility. 



Sources report that groundbreak- 
Virginia Beach Pageant, sponsored i ing for the showroom will be held 



by the Jaycees, August 4 and 5; 
Peter Nero, August 6; and Tlie 
Supremes, August 19. 

Scott said the progran» for 
Sept. 3 and 4 wiH be announced 
as soon as cont-acts are signed 
for those dates. 



within the next few months and 
and the complex is .scheduled for 
completion by next spring. 

Officials at the Virginia Beach 
Department of Recreation and 
Parks said there is a possibility 
that the teams who now play at 



Carey Field will be able to take 
over a new field, now under con- 
struction, behind Trant Field, a 
Pony League Park. 

Trant Field is located on Little 
Neck Road, near Kings Grant 
Elementary SchojI. 

Recreation officials safd the 
teams can locate there if Lhey 
wish to stay with the National 
Little League. II they wish to 
give up their national association, 
they will be absorbed into the 
city's little league system. 

The new automotoile facility will 
total approximately 36,000 square 

(Continued On Page 7A) 



T':e aanud Armed Fo.-ces Day 
Parade is ^-rcbeblv the biggest 
thing tliat haipens in Virgir^ia 
Beach. It unofficially kicks off 
the tcurist .'■ea^on and opens the 
resert area each year. 

Following the parade there will 
(be public displays at Ft. Story, 
Dsm Neck, Oceana Naval Air 
Station and Little Creek Amphib- 
ious Base. 

.Armed Forces Day allows the 
taxpaying p'jblic to see their fight- 
ing, men and equipment close-up. 

Club Names 
Winners Of 
Scholarship 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Ex- 
change Club of Virginia Beach an- 
nounced Wednesday that it will 
award a $400 scholarship to 
Grady James Mathias. 18, of 

Virginia Beach High School. He 
is the son of Melvin Mathias of 
519 23rd Street, Virginia Beach. 

J. Richard Gormly, president 
bf the Beach organization said the 
scholarship will be awarded to- 
morrow at 2:30 during an as- 
sembly at the high school. 

The committee that selected 
Mathias as the recepient of the 
scholarship was composed of 
Thomas L. Shoemaker, chairman; 

(Continued On Page 7A) 



RECEIVES KELLAM ENDORSEMENT 



Sen. Robertson Campaigns In Va. Beach 



VIROINIA BEACH - U. S. 
Senator A. Willis Robertson 
made a whirh'ind campai^ tour 
throu^ Virginia Beach last Fri- 
day on a tight schedule. But fai 
less than three hours spotce to 
nearly 400 $i4]porters and held a 
press confer«Ke. That same night 
he also adA-essed a convention of 
Letter Carriers, hosted by Virginia 
Beach postal enr^loyees. 

A large crowd of nearly 300 per- 
sons gathered at City Ball at 
Princess Anne at five o'tlock Fri- 
day rfternoon. There was an air 
of eJCtctancy as SResulaticn con- 
tinued that ndorstmer.'.? of Sern- 



tor Robertson would be forthcom- 
ing from Democratic National 
Oonwnitteeman Sidne>' S. Kella.m 
and other influential officials and 
citizens of Virginia Beach 

A dixieland band played merri- 
ly away as the crowd gathered, 
iMit much of the music was lost 
with the arrival of Sidney Kellam. 
At the 2|)pointed hour, Robertson's 
co-campaign manager in Virginia 
Beach, Dr. Ira Hancock, mounted 
the Courthouse steps and h^pily 
told the crowd that the Senator 
would be introduced by "none oth- 
er than Sidney Kellam." 

Keli.'m enried all s':ccui3tiDn 




quickly and emphatically. In his 
introduction, he said, "I am de- 
lighted to join lin endorsing and 
urge your support for Senatw Rob- 
ertson for reelection to th<^ United 
States Senate." 

Kellam also noted that First 
District Congressnwn Thomas N. 
Downing, who represents Virginia 
Beach, had abeady given his siq)- 
port to Robertson. He added, "If 
there was ever a time for Con- 
gress to w'ortc together it is now, 
and Rep. Downing and Senator 
RAcrtson have work hand in hand 
lor this area." 

The Issue of Robert'-on's age 



was skimmed over when Kelljm 
noted that t^ only reason Robert- 
son's opponent can find for not 
reelecting the ^nator is bis age. 

Kellam saW that seniority, w+iich 
Robertson has, is far more in^r- 
tant than a man's age. 

With Kellam s endorsement, a 
loud cheer went i4> from the au- 
dience. Dr. Hancock called the 
Kelkm ejdcrs«nent a "^ot in 
the arm" for Robertson. 

The Senator beamed broadly as 
he began bis £';ecch, which was 
interrupted several times by ap- 

( Continued On Page 5.{i 




are also listed, including the new 
attention to comi-Tiunity play- 
grounds ar.d recreational prjgr:;.ns 
in sciiools. The past tourist season 
was called a record one. The bro- 
chure ttatcd that Virginia Beach 
farmers enjoyed a record year, 
and that the C":y Produce Mark?, 
has had a successful beginning. 
Development of trade centers, 
prompt efficient snow removal, ex- 
tensive dredging in Bay Bay and 
Princess Anne Plaza, and special 
beach-clean'ir^g services were abo 
cited. 

27 Objectives 

The objectives of the Orgaiza- 
tion call for a most ambitious pri- 
gram in many diffeirent phases of 
city operation. 

The program calls for the com- 
pletion of the secor,d phase of 
General Bxth Boulevard and Ll- 
deipendence Boulevard, as well as 



tiie completion rf tiie dual laning 

of Shore D.'ivo. It call.s for the ex- 
tension of water and sewer linc^ 
to most of the heavily populated 
areas cf« the city, bringing abcat 
iDver insurance rates, and the 
prcgrammi.ng cf the installatian 
of water distribution sy.stems fw 
areas without city water. The ob- 
jectives include alro the comi^le- 
tion of se\^er main? and diap'^rf 
systems by Hampton Roads Sani- 
tation District by 1868. 

^noth**- library is planned (in 
Rayfflde). Another Police preciw^ 
is planned (in Bavside). Osflin- 
uatitHi of the recreational prc-gram 
is projected, ir^ludin;g develop- 
ment of SanAridge, Red Wing 
Park and the Niks Site. Tae D*' 
veJopment of Rudee Inlet is alf) 
proposed, with the aid of-Federirf 

(Continued On Page 7A) * 




TR^Y Wi;|lE ALL SMILES at the formal reopeateg of L. M, Sand- 
ler and Skms, Inc. Pictured left to rigitt are: Sain Sandler, Sidney 
Keliam, Harry Sandier and Lt. Gov. Fred G. Pollard, guest speaker 
for the occasion. 



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LT. GOV. WAS SPEAKER 



Sandler FaciUty 
Reopened Saturday 



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VIRGINIA BEACH - L. M. 

Sandler and Sons, Inc., one of 
Virginia's largest and best known 
food supi^rs, last weekend cele- 
brated the grand aoenirg cf its 
new and improved plant and of- 
fices at Diamond brings in Vir- 
ginia Beach. The celebration ran 
from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on 
both Saturday and Sunday. The 
schedule for the weekend cele- 
bration includes tours of the fa- 
cilities, a huge Focd-0-Rama 
dii;j!ay of all the manufacturer's 
products carried by Sandler, and 
a riWxMi cutting ceremony. 

The rUjbcn cutting took jrface 
Saturday, May 14 at 1:00 p.m. 
Master of Ceremonies for the 
occasion was Democratic National 
Committeeman Sidney Kellam, 
and speaker for the ceremony 
was Virginia's Lieutenant Gov- 
emw Fred G. Pollard. Nu- 
•nerous otiier Tidewater digni- 
taries and officials also attended 
the ceremony. 



The new Sandler facilities were 
buili to rolace the former {^d 
at Diamond Springs whidi was 
dt^stroycd by a disa-tenous fire 
in April of 19S6. The con^ny 
was founded more than half a 
century ago by L. M. Samfler. 
At that time the entire coeration 
consisted of a push cart laden with 
fish ' «hich Mr. Sandler pushed 
throu^ the streets of the city. 
Later busines was conducted from 
a stall within the Norfolk Ci^ 
Market located on Monticelk) Ave- 
mie and Market Street. 

Soon after the end of World War 
II, the firm became known as 
L. M. Sandler and Sons, as tbe 
twi> sons became associate with 
their father in the business. 
R^id expansion fodlow^ with the 
company absarbing several other 
seafood co.mpanies in the area. 
In 1K2 the conapany twilt a 20,000 
square fcol freezer and iMn>- 

(Continued On Page 4.\> 



CABCPAMUHING AT THE a)!^!!^!;^^. S«Mter Rabertoo^ 
haadi wMi ^ cowrtibiratB, old and yong a|k«. Hw jnog 
kit. h o wwcr , appears to be nofc MereaM ki tte jmt^ 
§em fwl Mraj <>'«« her. Smk vc Ae irMi tt 



at 

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SENA'TOR ROBERTSON IS AT HIS BEST when tleMlng qucsUoa 
tr^ nfurtmn at a fttn coaference. He diwata^ MAJecto wm 
■evnara rM^tag from Aick haa/OH ^ Back Bay to U. & poHcioa 
to VIH Nm aid (be CU. Tiie coBference was held to ibe office of 

to VIrftoia Beach. I«i. 



CAMPAIGNING AT PEMBROKE .MALL SHOPPING CENTER. S«i- 

M«v R(ri>ertaon stood on a makeshift plaUonn at the entrance to the ^ „^^ 

■ew facfltty and aUnmei a erowd of ahoot m peiowB who gath SENATOR ROB^fSON ATTmmS TO tm «' 

ei«d then. A ibMmd bod pi«vided a crowd-|atherta| tmixH •"^»;^^^>««>iM> Cmmmmmm, m^ «, 

both bdere ad after tte Sourfor'i remario. » M*/ 






A REALTOR I 



KM.1W*: A prtfKriMal hi 
real tsMi wht sihscrfect to a 
; (Met Caia af Elfeks at a ana^ 
- lar ^ Ore lacal haaN tmi af 

EitoMNarts. 



Wiinwright RMlty Co. 

2aa9 Atlantic Ave. 
PlMiae «E»«;U 



:!A\3N - A tout of four 
nt gardjm in A!ant«i, 
5?cnsorei bv the |n'-./)ers of 
the National Cathe<tal Asrocia- 
ticn, incli-de the invitati'^n Irr 
picnckng in the gardens. Visitors 
rrsv bring the!' Ivrch and tea 
vrtll be ssrvtd by the hostesses 
at the tables rovidad. 

Gardens to b? r-^n ar° t>'0'^e 

•f Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Agelasto 
Jr.. 15C^ McCuHough L^ne; Mr. 
and Mrs. A'exandcr Donnan. 15M 
MeCuibug'i Lane; Mr. a-d Mrs. 
Etimctt Kyle. 1422 Woodhouse 
R:ad: and Mr. and Mrj. Charles 
Sling!ul' at 1C3 Wcodhcuse Ro^d. 

Red arrow-s from the entrance 
of Alanton on First Colonial Road 
will direct visitors to the water- 
front gardens to be explored. It 
is reccntmended that no high 
hsel shoes be worn for the tour 
which begins at 10 a.in. today, 
until! 4 p.in. 

Proceeds will go to the building 
fund of Washington Cathedral. 
Washington, D. C 



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Saturdays 8:30-12:30 

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Phone 428-4051 




VaSATtLE COSTUME 

Our cool linen and Arnel knit drqss and jacket 
travels beautifully in wrinkle free comfort. 
Both pieces are delicately trimmed in satin, add- 
ing that little dressy touch so perfect for five 
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Thalia P-TA officen are pictured (left to right) Louis MimiaB. prei- 
ident; Mrs. Charles Thayer Jr., second vice president; and Mit. Ar- 
taur J. Newton, recording secretary. (Staff |riioto by Padrldt) 

New P'TA Officers Installed 

Mrs. Donaild Kingsley, program 
chairman, installed the following 
officers for the coming year: 

Louis Mirman, president; Mrs. 
James Grant, first vicei)rcs;dent; 
Mrs. Charles Thayer, Jr., second 
vice president; Mrs. Arthur J. 
Newton, recording secretary: Mrs. 
Rii-hard'C PancoTit, correspond- 
ing secretary; and Anthony Man- 
cini, treasurer. 



LY>fN"'.\VEN - Thalia Ele- 
mentary School PTA held its an- 
nual election of of'icars a.-.d in- 
stu"ation on May 10. 

An pvening of music was enjoy- 
ed by everjicae. The school band, 
under the direction o£ Tliomas 
'Rice, played several selections. 
(Mrs. Glenda Lovelace, music di- 
rector, (»-esented the seventh- 
grade chorus accompanied by 
Mrs. Diane Sand^rlin, a studant 
teacher frcm Oid Dominion Col- 
lege. 

A gift of appreciation for a jcb 
well done was given to Mrs. Llew- 
ellyn E. Jalbert, retiring presi- 
dent. 



Tidewater 
Rose Society 



ViRGEVLA BEACH - Five hun- 
dred rcse4)ud>es will be in full 
bloom for inspection and enjoy- 
ment of the Tidewater Rose So- 
ciety as it meets Sunday, May 22, 
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. 
Overton, Van Luik Circle in Ches- 
apeake. 

Menr.bcrs are advised tliat tlic 
program will consist of "Roscf, 
Roses, Roses!" A tour of the lovely 
gardens is planned and will be 
followed by a question anii answer 
pwiod. 

Hostsifse^ Toi- the meet'cg "'ill 
be Mrs. Ovefton and Mrs. Charles 
Turrisi. 

Should iriTlement weather damp- 
en the spirit of the tour, the meet- 
ing will be held as scheduled in 
the Game Room. 



REALTOR 
WEEK 

MAY BB - BB 



SEE A REALTOR! 

lEALTOR*: A prafassiaaal ia 
real sstoti who tubscribas tt a 
strict Cadt of Etiiict at a biim- 
bar at the local boartf^ and of 
the Natioaal Astociatioa af lial 
EsUta Boards. 



Don Webb 

2902 Arctic Ave. 
Phone 428-1500 



Go See Trip 
By League 

VlRGINilA Ba^CH-Tbe Nor- 
fjlk'Viirginia Bea* League cjf 
Women Voters is offering a course 
in "Instant City Gcvernment," 
on May 23, Monday. It has hzzn 
a.incunced that for the Virginia 
Beach tour, members and their 
guests will gather for tiie City 
Council meeting at 10 a.m. in 
the second floor audit<wium of 
City Hall at Princess Anne. 

They will meet the five elected 
officials — V. Alfred Etheridgs, 
Treasurer; Ivan D. Mapp, Com- 
missioner of Revenue; Robert L. 
Simpson, Attorney for the Com- 
monwealth; John V. Fentress. 
Clerk of Circuit Court; and John 
E. Marr, City Sergeant. 

After City Council / meeting, 
Ethcridge will conduct a tour of 
the Planning Commission, Voter 
Regi:tration and School Adminis- 
iration ci'l-'cer. 

Polly Taylor, Virginia Beach 
Merrhlershiip Chairman, has sug- 
gested that prospective members 
be invited to join the trip as it 
would be a good introduction to 
the Lesigue purposes. She may be 
reached at 340-3730 for member- 
chip infwmatiton. 

Those who wv?uld like advance 
information wCi find the Leagues' 
otblication "Do You Know the 
i\EC's of Your Towm's Govern- 
ment" an excellent help. Copies, 
at 15 cents each, may be obtained 
■frcm Madeline Cochran, 340-1158 
or Minna Van Ti&urg, 340-2394. 

Car pools will leave from East- 
ern Shore Chapel at 9:20-9:30 a.m. 
Drivers and riders may contact 
either of the t)efore-raei*ioned 
women to offer or request rides. 

The tour will take the place of 
the previously schedulai May 
ing of this League season. 



Lake Shores 
Garden Club 

flAYS-'DE - Lf*e Shores Gar- 
den Olub will hold it< annua: ban- 
quet at the Laks Wright Motor 
icc^e June 13 at 6:30 p.m. Mem- 
OGis will have a cJwice of steak 
pr seafco(|. g€ser\'atio."s may bt 
mads throu^ Mr.? R. L. Klei- 
•Tian. ci^.airman. Phona 464 2G17. 

Mrs. G. H. H^iiton, president, 
wiB turn the gavel over to Mrs 
'R. C Dunaja. newly elected pres- 
idcJit, who wiH serve for the n?xt 
two years. ^ 

Mrs. J. W. Parrctl. .^ast presi-* 
dent of the club, will install the 
newly elected officers who are 
presider.;, Mrs. R. C. Duaaja; 
first vice president, Mrs. W. A. 
George; second vice president 
Mrs .G. F. Heuser; treasurer, 
M.'S. J. B. Wright; corresponding 
secretary, Mrs. M. 0. Peoples; 
recording secretary, Mrs. A. C. 
Mays. 

The dxh projects include Christ- 
mas Doorway contest, Plant Sale, 
Oiristmas Wreaths sale, the plant- 
ing and beautification of the com- 
munity picnic lot; donations to 
Chesapeake Beach Volunteer Fire 
D4>artment, Joy Fund, and Gar- 
den Itierapy Work. 

The dub a'so contritMites to the 
Federation of Garden Cliibs of 
Norfolk and Vicinity and the Coun- 
cil of (]rarden CIjAs of Virginia 
Beach. 

The chib was organized in No- 
vember i860 and at that time 
Mrs. T. C. Reese was elected first 
president. The club .has grown 
from 12 members to 30. There 
were 17 charter members, iix of 
w^iich are still active. 

The purpose of the* club has re- 
mained unchanged since its incep- 
tion and works tor beauii['cation, 
co.Tservation, and comgiujiity im- 
provement. 



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Lynnhaven 
Colony GC 

EAYSCDE - The Lyraihaven 
Colony Garden Club held its an- 
nual banquet on Mav 3 at the 
Fort Story Officers CIi*. 

The following new officers were 
installed by Mrs. Gary Quincy; 
president, Mrs. B. I. Waters, iirst 
vice president, Mrs. E. W. Han- 
sen, second vice president, Mrs. 
E. B. Ferguson; recording secre- 
tary, Mrs. J. Rocfeer Cobb; cor- 
responding secretary, Mrs. B. W. 
Williams; treasurer, Mrs. R. C. 
Caverly; historian, Mrs. De For- 
rest LiUy; librarian and parlia- 
mentarian, Mrs. George Condon. 

Mrs. George Condon received 
first prize for arrangements for 
the year. 

Horticulture award for the year 
was won by Mrs. W. C. Realitz. 

The club donated $25 to the 
General iRo^tal of Virginia 
Beach. 

They received a $10 award from 
the Sears Roebuck HAiNDS Pro- 
gram. 

Their dub project is beautifi- 
cation of the grounds of the Lynn- 
haven Cotony Church. 

The club realized $40 from a 
Bake Sale heW recently and this 
money will be used on the Siore 
Drive Wayside Park. 



Mrs. C P. Heanw, 8C5 Cavalier 
Dr., will be seen as a guest witli 
Art Linklettcr on his OBS-TV and 
radio network "House Party" show 
from Hollywood. 

This show has ocen pre-taped/ 
fihncd, and will be released to the 
network on Wednesday, May 25. 




Dont Miss It! 

VIEGIN.n EEAOH-"The Sound 
of Music." a Sea Chest produc- 
tion, will be seen and hoard once 
more and for those who missed the 
original presentation last summer, 
date the calendar for Friday. May 
20. and Saturday, May 21 and go 
to Princess Anne High School at 
8 p.m. for the two baiefit per- 
fomiances which will be for th? 
American Cancer Society. 

The cast has been rdiearsing 
the tine Rogers and Hammerst?in 
musical and are happy to be able 
to present it again. 



BY OLGA IDWARDS 




HAVING A BALL at tbe Virginia Beach Assembly BaU: Charles R. Grandy, Mrs. Geof«e C. Phillips. 
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John B. Syer, Dr. and Mrs. Jo hn A. Mapp, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Taylor, Mrs. Charles 
R. Grandy, George G. Phillips. Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baytor. Jr. (Photo by Bolce) 




ENJOYING THE VIRGINIA BEACH ASSEMBLY BALL WERE Mrs. Harry B. Price, Mr. and Mrs; Kf 
bin Trant, Jr., F. E. Dtekerson," Mr. and Mrs. Wm . H. Darden. Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Dormire, Mrs. 
F. E. Dickerson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whider an d Harry B. Price. Jr. (Photo by Boice) 



The Virginia Beach Assembly 
Buffet Dinner-Dance was hdd 
Friday > evening at the Captain's 
Table, Cavalier Beach Chib. 

The evening started w^ 
cocktails at 7 p.m., then dinner 
at 8 pjn., followed by dancing 
from 9 lo 1 a.m. 

The well known Howard Devron 
and his orchestra was the final 
touch in making this dinner-dance 
a complete success. 

In covering Party Line, once 
in a while 1 come across some 
of our Virginia Beach doctors out 
for an evening cf pleasure. With 
the many hours that they put into 
their wx)rk, it somehow makes me 
fed beUer to know they get away 
for a while to enjoy a little of life. 

The long formals were beautiful 
in all the lovely wft shades of 
spring colors. Mrs. Wm. H. Dard- 
en, was so very attractive in her 
soft pink formal with a complete 
beaded too. Mrs. F. E. Dickerson, 
was most' attractive in her while 
formal. 

Seme of tbo?e attending were: 
Mr. & Mrs. John CromweU, Mr. 
& Mrs. C. W. Harrell, 3rd, Mr. 
& Mrs. Joseph Cotton, Dr. & Mrs. 
Wm. DeWalt, Mr. & Mrs. Daiji 
Stonront. Jr.. Mr. & Mrs. Tom 
Broyles. and Mr. St Mrs Monroe 
Nash. 

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Mrs. Fitencis Hall. Mr. & Mrs. 
Bob Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Andre 
Hodgson, Mr. & Mrs. C. J. 
Carpentvr and Mr. & Mrs. Monroe 
KeUy. 

Mr. & MrS' James P. Sadler, 
Mr. & Mrs. Willard Ashburn, Jr., 
Mr. & Mrs. Hunter C. Phelan, 
Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Truitt, Mr. & 
Mrs. Kemp Savage, Mr- & Mrs. 
W. W. McClanan. Mr. & Mrs. 
John R. Preston and Mr. & Mrs. 
Herbert Smith. 

Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Rueger. Mr. 
& Mrs. DiBvid Pender, Mr. k Mrs. 
N. G. Wilson. Mr. k Mrs. E. B. 
Tazewell. Mt. k Mrs. W. M. J<din- 
son. Mr. & Mrs. L. B. Disharoon. 
Mr. & Mrs. A. T. Tayk>r and 
Mr. & Mrs. P. H. AUen. 

Mrs. Charles R. Grandy wore 
a pale blue Irish linen strapless 

Friday Luncheon 

VIRGI'M^ BEACH-A lur,:heon 
was hdd at the Lake Wri^jht (Motel 
in the Dobbs Hcxise Restaurant 
recently in honor of Miss Pamela 
Jones who will marry Charles 
Ronald Jennings on May 21. 

Hostesses were Mrs. . Q. R. 
Hurdle and Mrs. Charles H. 
Sanderlin. 



formal trimmed in raspberry 
velvet around the top. She is, 
such a very attractive young lady. 
After leaving the Assembly 
dance I dropped by the Golden 
Garter Club for their openihg 
night. John Hoey has really 
changed the appearance of the 
club. It is beautifully decorated 
and the waitresses are dressed 
in what we used to call in the 
Twenties the Charleston tyipe of 
outfit. I would suggest for a 
pleasant evening out for dinner 
and dancing try the Golden Garter 
Club, "where smart Gents hang 
out." 



DAR Awards 

VIROINU BEACH-The Prin- 
cess Anne County (3iaptcr 
Daughters of the American Rev- 
olution were guests of Mrs. J. W. 
Squire at a luncheon meelirg 
hdd at the Officers Club, Fort 
Story on May 14. 

Among those present were Miss 
Beverly Dbcon of Kellam High 
School and Miss Nancy Holland of 
Cox High School, 1986 winners of 
the D. A. R. Good Citizens AfA'ard. 

Mrs. Fletdier Bryant, regent, 
presented a gift frcm the chaffer 
to Jodi Lutz from the 5t^ grade 
rjl Kings Grant Elementary School, 
third prize winner in the state 
for an essay on George Wash- 
ington's Advice. 




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Mrs. AbourjiUe, Caton, Mrs. Owen, and Mrs. Sadler. (Photo by 
Cassandra) • •=> 

Princess Anne WC Hears Caton 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The Prin- 
cess Anne Woman's Club held its 
May meeting at the Pine Tree 
Inn' last weoK, with Mrs. Joseph 
B. Sadler presiding in the absence 
of the president, Mrs. George 
Aldridge. Yearly reports were^ 
given at the business meeting fol- 
lowed by lundieon, after which 
Mrs. Edward Abourjilie i^poke in 
bfhalf of the Heart Fund Fashion 
S'jow of last Feb. She thanked the 
entire city fo J'rts he'lp, and stated 
that The TidtA^aler. Heart Associ- 
ation wa.-i planmn" to make this 
an annual atiair Ip be held at 



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Psitritia May Potter 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Potter of 
Virginia Bea:-h annouiice t!ie en- 
gagement of their daugliter. Miss 
Patricia May Potter, to David C 
Cclburn. 

Mr. Colburn is the son cf Mr. 
and Mrs. Curl H. Cclburn of F)x- 
boro, Mas-t-achr-set^ls. 

iMiss Potter is a grndinte af 
Princess Anne High S:'hc3l and 
f'le attcnd.>d OH D;iniini:)n C:)l- 
kge. h'he i.s^prcsently r-.'l('.y«! l^y 
Virginia National Bark 

Mr. Co'^'xirn is I. p-?.\dv> of 
Foxbar;) High J-'i'hocl :'.nd Har- 
rington Colk'ge. He i- a memh:"r 
cf the faei.ltv </ Ivm-svill- 
Junior High School in Virgini:i 
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the Alan Shephard Civic Center, 
if possible ... 

Mrs. Abcurpille is volunteer 
publicity coordinator for the As- 
sociation. The Ocean Park 
Woman's Club sponsored the show 
last year. She stated the need 
for the Di:-monory cardiac equip- 
ment to be presented to King's 
Daughters Chi'dren's Division of 
Norfalk General Ho,-pital. A'fter 
a brief discussion, and an ex- 
planation o'f the project by Mrs. 
H. H. Owen, Community Proj- 
ed.s Chairman of the club, and 
Special Events Chairman of ,the 
As-icciaticn, the club voted to 
sponsor the second annual Fab- 
ulou.s. Fsrhion Saow of 1957, the 
exact time to be determined. 

Mrs. C. W. Jem'^an designed 
the infiii'tesimal baskets of flowers 
and May po!cs with colored rib- 
h.-)n ."tre.'^mers which graced each 
tabic. She al.^n introduced stale 
delci!a;e, Edward T. Calan HI, 
former city council .nan, who, in 
.k •' ing with Law Week, spoke on 
"Hc^vjct the Law. and the Law 
Will flrspect You!" - 

"There scemis to be an apathy 
t jwnrd the law todav: it is now 
time for u- to re-dedicate our- 
.-jclvcs to gb.'ving the laws of the 
.and. T'.iefpjblic tolerates rather 
than c;!n-Jratcs with the law. The 
\ v,"'c"'^ 0^. ove.-imijlg'jnce in ail 
ti'fljs v'. ri;cr^c.2tiuj;K condoning 
viilcnc"?. and cviiempna1?~l)n 
"the other fsllcv's fault' all in- 
dicate deteriorating respect for 
the law. We must not be spec- 
tutjrs, but participants in help- 
ing the law ?nforce the law. It is 
of primary importance that on 
the local, state and national level, 
we oiect the men who will pass 
ju.^t laws, and then respect their 
dcci?i;;ns," stated Caton. 

"Public support must be fear- 
Ics-, and fair; and we do not in 
this country fight with sticks, 
brickbats, nor bullets; we rather 
u.se WORDS to enforce the law. 

This week t'.-.e Crmmunists are 
cc'.biat'r;^ May Day. Contrast 
tiuir col'.brations with ours.'' 

D r n;z the break a'^ter lunch, 
the Madrigul Singers frcm Prin- 
cess Anne High S'jhool, directed 
by Clark Graves, entertained. 
'Mrs. Ssdlcr and Mrs. Earl Ds- 
V,il (in ab.stentiai gave their re 
p:-ts frcai the state conventio". 
held recently in Richmond. 



BAYSIDE - Women find the 
most injeniojs' ways of dcing 
thir.gs. At the annual installation 
luncheon of the Ocean Park 
Woman's Club held in the hand- 
some voluntesr fire house, Mrs. 
R. H. Owen, a member of lli^ 
National Parliamentarians of 
Am.erica, installed the new of- 
ficers (or a two year period. 

After the serious business of in- 
stalling the ci3"lcers in a dignified 
fashion was complete, IMrs. Owen 
pr:s3nted original gits to the new 
officers, and to each, she spcks 
iiumcrous remarks pertinent to 
the c'''ice and the gift. 

To Mr^ Duvis Graham, out- 
gcing- president, was given a 
golden crown— ".'or a queen who 
has worked hard beyond her call 
cf duty,"; to Mrs. Louis Quacken- 
bush, preF'dent, a baton— "to lead 
t h e m'.mberiiiiip in harmony 
throughout each measure cf the 
year''; to Mrs. David Whitaker, 
first vice president anrf program 
chairman, a green velvet thinking 
cap with two electric light bulbs 
attached— "to turn on the current 
of ideas unlimited;" to Mrs. B. 
I. 'waters, sepond vice president 
and ways & means chairman, a 
roadmap of Virginia Beach— "so 
that you will know in which di- 
rection you are going;" to Mrs. 
0. B. Ostrander, recording sec- 
retary, a blue ostrich plumed 
pen— "to cherish and keep the 
minutes in tru-blue." 

Also, to Mrs. W. 0. Sherman, 
corresponding secretary, a book 
of stamps— "to start you on you? 
new adventure"; to Mrs. C. B. 
Ralston, treasurer, a piggy bank 
and an antique beaded bag— "in 
which to keep the club's funds 
and to store any extra pin money 
(no one will be the wiser and 



you can take your husband Id 
dinner);" to .Mrs. John Cai^oll, 
historian, a can "^f pcpnycock 
candy— "ibscsure the ncminating 
ccuTimittee told you ycu wouldn't 
have anything to do and 
that's a lot of peppy-cock!"; wA 
toMns. Lloyr Ganter, the ne-* 
ol:aplain, . a prayer bock that 
'isn't dry, but is enlightening." 
Mrs, Owen designed the gifts. 
The luncheon table was dec- 
orated with ma-ipoks nude ol 
col:ml ri'bibon strea.ners in small 
bouquets d. spring flowers. The 
Amoj-i':'an flag and the Virginia 
state flag flanked the head table, 
and on ttio walls were large ;. saa- 
s-..,.e murals done by an ex- 
ssrvici'man which featured the 
Cliy'- synubol in one. 

Unit 1 pr^sred and served t'lie 
lunch which consisted, of 
chickei^ a la king in pastry shalls,. 
jellied sunihine salad, sweet buns 
and bomemad? ciiocolate cake. 



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R'VYSIDE— Ten women, members 
of the Ocean Park Woman's Club, 
were capped by Mrs. Karl Nel- 
son of Ihe American Red Cross, 
at a re^t meeting of the club. 
The caipping sigr^fies their gradu- 
ation from the Red Cross volun-, 
teer training course. 

The volunteers who became el- 
igible to serve are Mrs. H. H. 
Bryan. Mrs. Marshall Cake, Mrs. 
L. B. Gunter, Mrs. Harold Heath, 
Mrs. Micbad Henry, Mrs. C. 0. 
Norton, Mrs. G. C. , Lyon, Mrs. 
Charles C Nuckols, Mrs. H. Bates 
Reese, and Mrs. Carl R, Wash- 
burn. Mrs. A. P. Ccfield was 
chairman of the group. , 




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VHIGIlXIA BEACH-The Cardi- 
nal Garden Club met May 10 at 
the home cf Mrs. Cecil Lancaster 
on Cardinal road with Mrs. Walter 
J. Frank, president; Mrs. J. A. 
Myers, vice president; Mrs. J. L. 
Kirfclightcr, recording sacretary; 
Mrs. Neman H. Bertels Jr., car- 
re jpondmg secretary; and Mrs. 
Claries R ?d, treasurer. The ntiA' 
oiicers will be installed at Oceana 
Officers Olub on June 14. 

Mrs. Harold Webb heliped judge 
the flower arrangements and 
\ irticull' vi\ aw:"ds were won by 
Mrs. J. R. Anderson. Mrs. Gordon 
Potter, Mrs. I. R. Upson, and 
M.S. Harold Webb. 

Atliacliva miniature bouquets 
rjceived honor. 'ble mention. "They 
were deigned bv Mrs. Beaman, 
Mrs. Frank Kirklighter, and Mrs. 
Lancaster. 

On June 11, the club will en- 
* '"'n h- fh^nds at the Sand- 
bridge cottage of Mrs. Ciiarlt'3- 
Reea. . 

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Virginia BEACH-Af the May 

meeting cf the St. Nicholas 
Women's Club, the members 
heard a talk bv father Paul 
Gaughan of the St. Mary's In- 
fant Home in Norfolk. The ladies 
were told there is a great need 
not only for foster homes but 
also for ad'optive homes. 

Father also pointed out that 
the regulations to be a foster 
parent or adaptive parent are 
not as strict as they have been 
in the past. 

He stressed there is no sub- 
stitute for a mother's attention 
and that the environment of a 
home is essential in the good de- 
velopment of children. 

At the meetiqg tiiere were also 
reports given by the ladies who 
attend the Deanery Workshop held 
at St. Matthews Church. 




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Thursday, May 19, 1966 
Page 3^ 



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VIRGINIA BEACH-The .annual 
meeting of the Cape Henry 
Woman's Club was held at the 
Princess Anne Country Club. ]4rs. 
Arthur B. James, historian, read 
the club's history, and announced 
the park at the Lotus Gardens is 
ready for visitors and picnicking. 
A new pier is being built and will 
be completed by the July Lotus 
Festival. 

Delegates to the 59th Annual 
Cc^vention of the, Virginia ; Fed- 
eration of Wcmen'j Clubs held in 
Richmond recently were Mrs. B. 
Noel Fallwell, Mrs. James Craig 
and Mrs. Arthur B. James. A blue 
ribbcn in the knitting division of 
crafts was awarded to the club 
for Mrs. R. L. Counsebnan's two- 
piece knit dress. 

Following the luncheon, Mrs. 
George Webber presented the 
'"Woman of tilie Y ear" award to 
Mr.^ Gilbert Keene. 

Guest speaker, Gunter Shoebes- 
burger of Vienna, Austria, was 
presented to the group by the 
president. He is the exchange 
student attending Virginia Beach 
High School, and he spcke about 
his native land and the way of 
life and government there. 

Mrs. H. 0- Freeman, a past 
preskknt, installed the now of- 



ficers for the coming ycir Mrs. 
Fallwell is president; Mrs. James 
L. Craig Jr., first vice president; 
Mrs. Earl W. Leanard. second 
vice president; Mrs. Paul Chev- 
alier Jr., third vice president; 
Mrs. Keen, recording secretary; 
and Mrs'. A. J. CSiewing HI, treas- 
urer. 

The appointed officers wore an- 
nounced by Mrs. Fallwell. They 
are Mrs. V. A. Etheridge, . cor- 
responding secretary; Mrs, C. H. 
Ferrell, historian; iMrs. Keene, 
parlianventarian; and Mrs. T. H. 
Fallwell, chaplain. 

Hostesses for the meeting were 
Mrs. S. Sorensen and Mrs. John 
J. Collins. Table decorations were 
by Mrs. Etheridge, Mrs. Council 
D. Garrett and Mrs. Keene., 



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is wrong. A newspaper can present 
opinion iaot it must not attempt to in- 
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'^ An editorial appearing in the Nor- 
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16, in which the writer attempted to 
take Democratic National Committee- 
man Sidney S. Kellam to task simply 
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a(x:ept that newspaper's freely given 
and unasked-for advice, and support 
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substantiation, and we believe that the 
editorial writer was well aware of that 
fact when he wrote his di«sertation. 

The true fact remains that Mr. Kel- 
lam did state publicly many times that 
fie would be delighted to support Mr. 
Downing should the Congressman be- 
come a candidate, but Kellam added 
that he could not and would not at- 
tempt to advise Mr. Downing in any 
way. Mr. Downing made his choice. 
He chose not to run. Mr. Kellam made 
his choice. He chose to support Senator 
Robertson. He is as entitled to that en- 
dorsement as the Norfolk Virginian- 
Pilot is to its endorsement. Mr. Kellam 
does not call the newspaper's endorse- 
ment a "cynical move for power," nor 
does he say that newspaper endorse- 
ment "deserves public repudiation by 
the voters." He is content not to com- 
ment, knowing full well that a democ- 
racy is based on a freedom of choice. 

Perhaps Had AAr. Downing run, the 
situation would have been different. 
We do not know. We are not privileged 
to view Mr. Kellam's private thoughts. 
What ^he editor of the Virginian-Pilot 
fails to recognize is the tremendous 
difference in Mr. Downing and Mr, 



Spong. Mr. Downing has served almost 
ten years on the national level. He is 
one of the outstanding congressmen in 
the country, so recognized by his fellow 
members. On the other hand, one of 
Mr. Spong's own fellow members stat- 
ed just the 6ther day that the Ports- 
mouth State Senator's record is the least 
impressive of .jny member of that au- 
gust body. Therefore we think that 
the Virginian-Pilot may be attempting 
to confuse its readers. The choice here 
is not between Mr. Downing and Sen- 
ator Robertson. They are the candi- 
dates, r 

The editor of the Norfolk newspaper 
pointed out that Spong was a local man 
and deserved focal support. If our mem- 
ory serves us correctly, as we believe 
it does, the Virginian-Pilot withheld its 
support from the Honorable Mills E. 
Godwin, Jr. when he was a candidate 
for Lt. Governor, although he was a 
local man and his opponent had no 
record that could attract any Tidewater 
voter to him. Just a year ago, the 
Virginia Beach Sun supp>orted Mr. 
Ilpohg for the State Senate,- aiong with 
the other two candidates running with 
him on the Democratic Ticket. Wis 
thought he should be one of the three 
chosen as indeed he was, but this is a 
race now for a higher and more impor- 
tant post. . ^ 

To begin with, no one has pointed 
out any reason why Senator RdDertson 
should be replaced, except for his age. 
We saw the Senator in action last Friday 
after two strenuous days of campaign- 
ing. He had been in Norfolk, returned 
to Washington and had flown back to 
Virginia Beach. We only hope that 
when we reach his years we are able 
to look so good and handle ourselves 
so well on a speaker's stand or in a 
press conference. 

Senator Robertson's seniority in the 
U. S. Senate, his knowledge of the 
affairs of this country, his interest in 
the State of Virginia, his past record 
of service to the State, and his ability 
to get things done, are all so superior 
to the qualities of Mr. Spong that we 
believe the people of Virginia cannot 
afford to take an exceedingly bold 
gamble by replacing Senator Robertson 
at a time when all those qualities mean 
so much. 



















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The Fault Lies Mostly With The Parents 



Summer Jobs For Our Youth 



Since the weather at Virginia Beach 
has finally turned summery, the chil- 
dren of all ages, from the toddler to 
the teenager, have finally been able 
to play outdoors. The parents are es- 
pecially pleased with this turn of 
events. Pinally the youngsters are no 
longer underfoot. They can stay out- 
side, when they are not in school. 
Therefore, particularly on weekends 
and after school, one woul^ think the 
world has been turned over to chil- 
dren. 

In many ways, Virginia Beach is 
unique in its housing. There are so 
many housing developments in rela- 
tively small concentrated areas, and 
the number of young children in a 
number of these developments can 
cause some problem. 

It is unfortunate that too many par- 
ents care so little for the lives of their 
children and simply turn them out to 
play anywhere they can. Pity the mo- 
torist trying to drive through the neigh- 
borhoods, finding so many youngsters 
unattended, playing in the streets. 
Small children have little respect for 
an automobile and what's more they 
are just too careless to be left alone 
near them. We hope that several do 
not have to be killed, maimed, or se- 
verely injured by innocent motorists 
(before parents realize the dangers. 

One of tbe most dangerous toys ever 
put into the hands of a child is the 
bicycle. In the past few days, we have 
seen several children nearly hit by au- 
tomobiles while riding their bicycles. 



The children were at fault. The unsus- 
pecting driver was not. Children ride 
on the wrong side of the roads, in 
groups four and five abreast, in and 
out of traffic, on roads so heavily trav- 
eled that a bike is just not needed, and 
even all over lawns. 

The absolute disregard for traffic 
rules, laws and good common sense 
traffic safety we have witnessed is 
almost unbelievable. The children dart 
directly in the path of traffic, almost 
daring the driver to hit them, and pity 
the driver if he does. 

The fault lies mostly with the parent. 
First of all any parent who bves his 
child should know where he is at all 
times. And we doubt seriously that 
any parent would like to know that his 
child is riding a bike on Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Parents should teach traffic 
safety, and they should not let the 
youngsters ride anywhere, even on an 
isolated road, unless they can trust the 
child to abide by the laws and rules. 

Part of the fault lies too with Virginia 
Beach Police. Bicycle riders are covered 
by traffic laws too. We believe bike 
riders who cannot abide by the law 
should be arrested. Arrest is far better 
than being killed. 

So we blame mostly the parents, 
partly the children and partly the police 
for the multitude of problems the 
young bike riders are causing. Some- 
thing must be done about it before 
there are more deaths and injuries and 
more poor bike riders fhan poor auto- 
mobile drivers. 



The Virginia Employment Commis- 
sioiV all over the State is conducting a 
vigorous campaign at this momert to 
get jobs for students wishing to work 
during the summer. R. O. Rucks, Man- 
ager of the Virginia Beach office has 
sent urgent letters to all potential em- 
ployers in Virginia Beach and to high 
school teachers and administrators. 

The letters to school officials urges 
the students themselves to contact the 
&np1oyme(tf Office within the next two 
weeks, to leave their names and quali- 
fications, to make their wishes to be 
employed krvown and to help the Com- 
mission best evaluate the needs. We 
certainly hope the school officials and 
ccuntebrs heed the letter. We feel 
certain the Commission will be able to 
ftid jobs for many students this sum- 
nrw. 

'OwleMeps aeiM by the Commission 
to pnwpectiv en^byws seek cooper- 



ation of the many businesses in Vir- 
ginia Beach. The letter urges business- 
men and merchants to hire students 
this and every year. 

To hire students during the summer 
is just good business sense. There are 
Increased needs in many economic ven- 
tures in our city to begin with, but be- 
sides that, vacation slots have to be 
filled and many, many odd jobs, put 
off all year long, need doing. A willing 
worker, recommended by the VEC, is 
the obvious answer. 

We do not wish to hear students 
tell us they could not find jobs. All 
they have to do is work with the VEC. 
The jobs are there, or will be as soon 
as the many smart businessmen in Vir- 
ginia Beach contact the VEC. No fees 
of any kind are charged either to 
ernployer or to employee, and this is 
an excellent service provided in our 
city. We hope all who need help will 
take advantage of it. 



A Day To Remember 



In Virginia Beach, where the mili- 
tary is an important and integral part 
of the economy and everyday life, we 
are glad to say that Armed Forces Day 
is always celebrated with a little more 
vigor thap in many other places. We 
are proud to say that our Armed Forces 
Day Parade parallels the best of them. 
The marching units, both military and 
civilian, are outstanding. The floats and 
displays are excellent. 

Fortunately the people of Virginia 
Beach recognize the excellence of their 
parade and attendance is good. We 
look forward to this year's parac^ with 
a great deal of anticipatiori because 
we krvDw what kind of show to expect. 

In addition the military installations 
in Virginia Beach are always open to 
the public on Armed forces Day and 
exhibit fascinating and unusual dis- 



plays of military might and learning. 
We know the citizens of Virginia Beach 
will again take advantage of the oppor- 
tunity to view these unique exhibits. 

Although the parade and displays 
are quite important, we must never 
Ipse sight of why we celebrate this spe- 
cial day as Armed Forces Day. It is a day 
to pay homage to the American fight- 
ing men, wherever they are in the 
world, fighting for or helping to main- 
tain an uneasy peace. Were it nol for 
them, we would not be able to partake 
of the fun-type Activities surrounding 
this Armed Forces Day. 

We urge all residents of Virginia 
Beach to pause on this Armed Forces 
Day just for a moment and reflect. We 
urge a show of respect for our flag and 
our military men and women. We sa- 
lute them all on this, their special day. 



(Coniinufid Fran Page lA) 

ccsriug fiatA at Dianwnd Strings 
in wh£t was then Priocess Anne 
County. The ccmpaof's bu^ness 
then grew ta ia^ade al d Vir- 
gpua and neighboring states. 
, Today the company is no longer 
a small seafood and fish concern, 
but an inBtitution which features 
tiie very best fresh and frozen 
seafood aa weU as a con:iiiete 
line of frozen and gr<x:ery itons 
for restaurants, hWels and in- 
stituti(H!s. Quality control of all 
food, products ts maintained 
through rigid refrigera'tion, fait, 
eflfici«it mtcbanization and 
specJally trained personnel. Serv- 
ice to cusDooiers is maintained 
at its highest peak by 244iouf ex- 
pediting of orders and sales. 
/ The new pEartt includes the 
newest and nnost eJSicient food 
(processing equipment. Hie fa- 
cilities also contain tfaousmids of 
square feet of cokl as weB as 
dry storage space, en^ttog L. 
IM. ^fldler and Swks .t>) oiffer 
tcp customer services as well as 
cocnplete food lines. 

Present cfficers of the company 
are: Harry Sandler, President; 
Sam Sandler, Vice President and 
Treasurer and Mrs. Sam Sandler, 
Secretary. 

The new bt;,ilding iaicorporat- 
ed all of what was left after the 
fire, however, the entire facility 



is now mud) laffer. S^i^kidler 
is nerh^ proudest a iC new 
en^^pe aed generator room. He 
said he did not want it to lock 
drab like mo^ rocns ol that 
kjnd. He iostnicted tbie paintens 
to "m^e it hak like a ciiuis." 
And it does. The paiatov toA him 
at his word aad paioted the 
various maduq^s, pipes aod ure- 
thene loan ioaui^ico m nearly 
every pastel aofa>r >:f ti>e rain- 
bow. Sandler is secretdy quite 
proud of tUs room and takes all 
victors tixre. 

It is quke evidoit tbaA both Sam 
and Harry Sandler art proud of 
their new buik^g. Buth bubble 
wkfa good-natured entiHisiasm at 
all times. Even at the heighth 
of the fire last year, Sam Sandler 
never at^aned to lose £al*th. He 
directed salvage operations coolly 
and the operation of L. M. SawQer 
& Sons, Inc., was not interned 
even in the days that followed. 

In what may be the shortest 
gpeech on record by anyone ever 
listed on the political rolls, Lt. 
Governor Fred Pollard told the 
approximately 200 persons at t'le 
ribbcHi cutting ceremonry Saturday 
that although the plant employs 
60 people, it gHierates 40 other 
jdbs and eventually ends up sup- 
porting nearly 400 persons. He 
expressed pride in the new fa- 
cility both fcr himself and for the 
State of Virgmia. 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



Dear Sir: 

The writer wishes to commend 
one of the bus drivers with the 
Carolina Trailways on the Virginia 
Beach run. 

1 was so impressed and fiascin- 
ated with Mr. J. C. Week5 and 
the way hs handled his passengers. 
He bad a friendly greeting for 
everyone that loaded the bus many 
of whom were, of course, his reg- 
ular fares. It was delightful to 
witness such a display of "Good 
Public Relations" in tills present 
day atmosphere of tcasene.ss and 
emotional climate. 

Mr. Weeks seems to have the 
answer and is blessed with the 
patience and happy frame of mind 
to implement such behavior in his 
everyday existence. 

Eivery person who meets the 
public in any capacity A-hatioever 
fhould he so trai.ned. Public Rela- 
tion experts who earn large re- 
"tainer fees hardly perform as cl- 
ficiently as Mr. Weeks doss. 

It behooves me to think the 
time is fast apprcachmg when 
there will be no place whatsoever, 
neither in the politica' or busine-ss 
world, for the grouch, tlie u.ihap- 
py, the neurotic, or anyo;ie for that 
matter who is unwilling ,to give 
that extra service or inject some- 
thing of himself in his work day. 
Sincerely yours, 
H. I. Jaffe 



and all the other members of the 
Sun staff are echoes of anything 
other than the issues as you £ee 
them has me to light. 
Keep the SUN shining. 
Sincerely, 
\ Lois Nelson 



D'ar 'Mrs. Padrick, 

Thank you so much for the 
very fine article you wrote about 
our Republican Candidate, Mrs. 
Lois Nelson. I really believe it is 
the best artide we Republicans 
have had written about any of 
our past candidates in local fa- 
fers. I just wanted you to knw 
we do appreciate the fairness 
and the accuracy in which Mrs. 
Nelson was presented by you to 
tile Virginia Beach readers. 
Sincerely, ^ 

Jeanne Heflin 'J 



Drar Mrs. Padrick: 

Many, many sincere thanks for 
th? wondcrrul send off irierview. 

Being knee deep in Virginia 
Eeach prcgress and problems so 
much cf the time it has always 
been 'a joy to knew I could always 
depend on the Virginia Beach Sun 
to lend a ha-.d to he'p solve the 
problems and speed the progress. 
Being FOR scmething adds — be- 
ing ANTI subtracts, and being on 
the FOR team leads me to say 
tbat anyone who feels that you 



School Brd Tours 

(Continued from Page 1 A) 

young teachers and the oldw, 
more experienced ones," the large 
gym, and outside the boys were_ 
practicing fc-r the Intramural 
Track Meet which was staged last 
night. 

Cox stated that the school had 
been painted la-t year and that 
it was accredited by the State 
ff VirgT.ia and. ^f tlie school .ai>- 
pHed, it W9u'd be accented this 
?;-r'ng in the Southern Asociulion 
of Accredited High Schools. The 
iBoard had ariTortioned nicncy 
last r ring for gettiri? the library 
to meet requirements and the 
school has not a-o!ied. 

Unicn Kempjville High Scho:)l 
is a school of ded'cated t3aoh3r3 
and modern students Wh'o will 
hold their own place in the edu- 
cational sun. 

"Where education st07s, wisdom 
begins ..." 




WHEREAS, ownership of a home is a dream rea'izcd by nearly 
twa-thirds cf the families of our country, an accomplisiiment that 

^'',^^™'"'' **""" '^^^^'"S ^^^ '"'^^"^ "f "i"- f-^f^ society: and 

WHEREAS, the member, «f the Virginia Beach iBoard of Realtors 
have axkd n:aterially in the attainment of this accompliFh.-nent and, 
through their pkdge to upho'd the Code of Ethics of the National 
Assocjation cf Real Esta": Boards, have contributed toward the public 
conTKtoioe in real, estate ownership; and 

W7IEREAS, t.'ie Realtors of our conwiunity are joining witli the 
Srousands of their colleagues across our fa.-x>ad l.and in celebrating 
R:a tor Week, May 22-:3, to proclaim the advantages of real proi)- 
eity ownership a.:d the security obtainable in buying. ssUin". or 
ki=im real prcperty through a professional in real estate; and" 

(H^HEREAS, the ciUzcns of Virginia Beach bav° benefited in count- 
ies-, ways from the efforts of Realtors in civk: affairs, in charitable 
and^phianthropic causes,b educ::tional activities, in the pre-srvatiin 
of those historic buildings and sites that consUtuts our heriti^e and. 
in the donatwn of their professional knowledge of rtal estate matters 
for the greater municipal good; and 

WllEHEAS, Realtors this year are calling public attention to new 
methods and sqiutions to the prob'cm of providing adeq. ate housing 
fcr Uie lowest income fa.-Tulies avaikble within the framcwnik of 
private enterprise; and 

WHEREAS, ikatcrs have eicerciicd their professional rkills in the 
k)caUn, appraisal, and maii.3gem£;.t of factories, stores, and office 
buwhngs throughout tie city, thereby increasing our pro9i»ritv 

NOW. THEBEFORE. I, Frank A. Dusch. Mayor of tb«city cf 
Virginia teach, do hereby proclaim the week of Miy 22 iTMay 28 
IseB, to be Realtor Week in Virginia Beach; and I urge mv fdlow 
clKBs to join with ti». Virginia Beach Board of Rsaltors in its ob- 
servance. 

IN WITCE^ THEREOF, | have hereunto set my hand and cau^d 
the seal of the CUy oi Virgjiia Beadi to be affixed this »th day of 
May, mt. ' 

FRANK A. DUS:h, Mayor 



School Board Meets Tues. 
*Names New Officials 



vrntmik sEAOi - Supt. 

Frank F. Cox, the Bmcb's Tmi 

"CWiAva of 1933, annouDoed at 
Tuesday's SdKiol Board Meeting 
the (^i.uiiitinem of tiwD mea as 
new atkninistraOors to the sdiool 
qoten di Virginia Besaicb. Ttig^ 
jgK Edwin E. BrJckeU, ' who is 
presE'-itly the administrative as- 
sistant to President Pasdhd of 
Willian & Mary, and E. R. Mc- 
Guire. on leave of absence to 
study A the University of Mich- 
igan. He is Principal of John 
B. Dey Elementary School. 

On My 1, Brid(dl, 99, hefcn 
in South Norfolk, will become 
Director of Secondary School Ad- 
niimstration. He is tiie father of 
two and is married to the fanner 
Mi^ Betty I^ett of South 
NbrfoHc and considers this' ap- 
fiointment a singal honor. Mc- 
G&re will become the director of 
Elemoitary School Administratioa. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Speullinig, act- 
ing principal, was named prin- 
cipal of Joiui B. Dey; Grant J. 
Smith, acting prindipal of 
Thoroughgood Elementary suc- 
ceeds to its principalship. The 
Board also approved 209 for ^e 
'6&«7 staff. 

Mis3 Louise Luxford, Director 
of Instructional Personnel, said 
that there are stiU 51 vacancies 
in the system with 60 more ex- 
pected borore September. The 
LJauise Luxiford Elementary School 
and Union KempsviHe High will 



have the largest number of aip- 
poijtfees with 18 ^ eadi schod. 

CcK made another important 
announcement. He stated that: 
"lU is ^ili not a knaivledgtlaisle 
fact in toe city's plan for comply- 
ing with the int^ration guide lines 
Ijasued by the Dapartment of 
iS)W has been accepted, since 
DO word kam Washington has, 
as yet been received. 

"We have sent two registered 
return receipt letters, and th«re 
has been no acknowledgement 
whatsoever of their reception, 
OMJtent validity, content invalidity 
—or what have you?"— stated Cox. 
Washington's decision in^lves a 
great amdunt of fed«-al money 

Also, according to Cox, students 
at Union Kempsville and white 
student, will have a chance to 
attend either P.A. or Union 
Kempsville next fall- This 
pquelches an unfounded rumor 
<hat white students in the Kemps- 
ville area will have to attend Union 
KenrpsviHe, an all Negro s«chool, 
and vi^ versa. 

Mr. Oox also announced that, 
beginning July 1, Group Life 
Insurance would be mandatory 
for non-iprofesional personnel. It 
will supiplement the State of Vir- 
ginia Retirement Plan. There are 
also approxmiately 111 people 
affected who may take out this 
life insurance now if 75% will 
accept. This means, said Oox, 
"a great deal to persons of the 
oistodial stal, etc." 



Robertson Campaigns 



(Continued from Page 1 A) 

plause. He said, "I am so pleased 
to have the support of my friend, 
Sidney Kellam." In his speech, 
Rcibertscn pointed out his ranking 
position on and chaimvanship of 
several Senate committees, espe- 
cially with the one which deals 
wi'lh the huge defense budget. He 
also told of helping to channel 
four billion dollars in shipbuilding 
and repair contracts into Norfolk, 
Portsmouth and Newport News 
during his tenure in the Senate. 
An earlier speech at the new 
Pembroke Mall Shopping Center 
t'llracted another large crowd. 
There, the Senator was introduced 
by 'a8bte Senator Wdlliam P. Kel- 
lam. 

In between the two ^eeches, 
Robertson held a press conference 
at the law oifice of his co-cam- 
paign manager, Les Lam. He 
touched on numerous subjeots. 
Concerning Viet Nam, he said he 
was in favor of providing "all the 
hardware necessary'' while the 
U. S. has troops in Southeast 
~ Asia. 

Whep he was a^ed about Sen- 
ator Fulbright's proposal that the 
Senate should have more control 
over t'le CU, R-'oervson would not 
criticize FuJbricht, but did say he 
was "surprised" that Fu'bright 
would want the most secret arm 
of the government turned over to 
the coaimittee, especially in view 
©[ recent critics of United States 
actions in Vi«t Nam. 

Earlier, the 79-year old Senator 
also discussed the past when he 
spent much time duck hunting in 
Back Bay- He was asked if he 
had done any hunting recently- He 
smiled broadly, and said, "Of 
course." 

At tJie Court house. Clertt ot 
the Circuit Court of Virginia 
Beach, John Fentiess, read anoth- 
er endorsenwrt; staleijaent of Rob- 
■erlsion. II was siigned by Qoormis- 
sioncr cf Revenue Ivan Mapp. 
Ccmmonwcaflh's Attorney Robert 
Simioson, i^late Senator William P- 
KeU'am, Delegate P. B. Whi'13. 
School Superintendent Frank Cox, 
PoUce Chief J. E. Moore, Plan- 
ning DiTCk.'lor Mason Gamage, 
City" Director of Public Safety 



Reeves Johnson and Fentress. 

Virginia Beach's other Delegate 
to the Virginia General Assembly, 
Edward T- Caton III, issued a 
staCement noting that he is co- 
chairman of the Virginia Bsadi 
Committee for U. S. Senator Har- 
ry F. Byrd Jr. He said in a state- 
ment, "... At this time I feel 
that I should devcte ifull time to 
my committiee's wioric." 

Rcbertson diook hands with 
nearly everyone in the crowd 
at City Hall after the speech, 
and, and as so3n as he k^t l^e 
steps, the rains came. The sky 
had locked theateninig all day, 
but the inclWnent weather de- 
ferred tio a U. S. Senator. 

Friday night Robertson, in his 
address to the Letter Carriers 
told his audience he intended to 
vote a pay raise for thtm this 
year. 

Robertson is exrpected to be 
back in Virginia Beach at his ca.ii- 
paign headquarters between now 
and the July 12th Democratic 
primary electron. Roberlson is 
opposed in his bid for reelection 
by State Senator William Spong 
of Portsm^h. 



REALTOR 
WEEK 

MAY eS - SB 

SEE A REALTOR! 

»EAITM»: k profe»$ii«al in 
rial nUti who subscribes ta ■ 
strict Cidi tf Ethics as a men- 
btr If thi Itcal board and if 
th* National Association of Rial 
Etti| Boards. 




Miss Laura Pickett, first niimer-up in the recently held diampioiuiiip 
Spelling Bee, presents the two-volHiae set of tiie Linctrfo Library to 
Mrs. Lindsey, principal irf King's Grant Elementary School. Laura 
won the books for her school as part of iier prise- Slie got a one vol-' 
ume set for herself, plus a television which her entire family will 
enjoy. Laura is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs^Owen B. Pickett of Kl 
Apasus Trail, and a seventh gracfe student at Kingston. 

(Staff Photo by Padrick) 



Frost Hurt 
Many Crops 

VlBGmik BElACe-VPI Agri- 
cultural Extension Service agent 
for Virginia Beach, Dick Cockrell 
said Wednesday that last week's 
frost did some extensive damage 
to certain crops in Virginia Beach. 

The crop that was the w'orst hit 
was strawberries. Cockrell said 
the frost dapiage will reduce the 
total on final tonnage because the 
area farmers will miss two to 
three pickings. 

Cockrell said that some of the 
cucumber crq) will have to be 
planted over and the snap beans 
were damaged severely. ■^'S* 

He said that wnite potatoes were 
injured to the extent that their 
harvest will be delayed and that 
will possibly effect their price 
en the market. He said they will 
probably be harvested at the same 
time another section harvests 
their potatoes and that will bring 
the price down. 

Cockrell said the cojti in Vir- 
ginia Beach was not hurt as bad 
as in other sections of the state, 
and sicme of it will have to be 
replanted, ^t's had a rough 
sipring anyway," he said. He re- 
ferred to the lack of rain and 
the cold weather we have ex- 
perienced" the past two manths- 

He said soyb2an crops, not yet 
up, will not be effected. There 
wias minor damage to pasture 
crcips, and clover was 'Gffected 
scme- 

Cockrell said Virginia Beach, 
on an average, is still short on 
rainfall. He said some of the 
areas in Virginia Beach report 
adequflt/ amounts of rain,' while 
othei'*'^ections report a drastic 
lack of it. He said it will take 



Festival 
A Success 

VIKGINLV BEAiCH - The UX- 
erary Festival of Star of the Sea 
was a^n enormous success and went 
over its goal according to the Gen- 
eral Chainnan, John S. Cr^ar. 

The food was a great attraction 
and, although the ladies 'provided 
what they thougiht was a more 
than adequate supply of cakes, by 
the Ume Mrs. Nicholson, the tai- 
ented decorator, arrived, all of the 
cakes had been sold! 

Handwork items of all types sold 
as quickly as fee baked goods. 
The garden supplies were another 
item that found a ready market 
The games, puppet show and snack \ 
bar enjoyed' a brisk business all | 
day as did all of the othw booths. | 

As the chill moved in from the I 
ocean the sidewdlk cafe moved ui- 1 
doors and dinner contlaued to be ! 
served in the school cafeteria 
which had been transformed by 
candlelight, checkered tablectoths 
and the snticing aroma of Italian 
dishes. 

Many comments were received 
on the Christian Art Booth for the 
variety of paintings, religious ar-. 
tides and fine selection of botJcs 
provided. 



Beach FOAV 
Endorses Byrd, 
Robertson 



LVMfilAVP^ - Untted States 
Beo^U«s Robertson and Byrd were 

uoanimou^ endorsed for re-^ec- 
tion at a representative meeting 
of Virginia Beach Chapter No. 1, 
Department of Virginia, Federa- 
tion 0f AH Veterans of tfas liSA, 
Inc., held at the Pine Tree Inn 
May 16th. Senator Byrd wired Uit; 
group, "To the members of Chap- 
ter No. 1 and to your guests I .s,;nd 
my best wishes for a most sue- 
cessfd meeting. My warm greet- 
iag to all those present." Senator 
Robertson had prevkmsly writi.en 
hig ai{q)reciation for the endorse- 
ment by the POAV, Department of 
Virginia Board of Afhnmistration. 

Virginia Beatrh Chapter No. 1 
with 287 members is cho of the 
langest in the State. The organi- 
zatwn is a political action group 
of all veterans and their families. 
It is nonpartisan and pledged 
to "support for public office can- 
didates who are a'ole, progi-essive 
and incorruptaole." Wiiile it is all 
inclusive it is net affiliated with 
any other group of veterans in 
the country. 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, M?y 19, 196i6 



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Three Beach Navy Men Get Awards 



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VroOTNTA BEACH — In cere- 
monies May 13 at tlie Nor[(> k Na- 
val Air Station, three Beach NaVy 
men received awards for valor and 
eff^iciency. Rear Admiral F. E. 
Nu€S9!c, COMFAIR.\0Ri5X)XjK, 
presented distinguished flying 
crosses to Lt. iB. T. Gallagher 
ar.d Lt. R. L. Richard;, and a 
Secretary of the iNavy Citation to 
iLtfj.g.). .J. E. Barkley. 

Lt. Giallagher was presented 
with the flying cross for "h:;ro- 
i»m as the bcmibard:er-navigator 
of an A8.A Intruder with Attack 
Squadron 75 aboard the carrier In- 
dependence in waierj off Viet 
Nam." He was navigator of the 
kad aircraft for a large strike 
against a vitally important bridge 
in North Viet Nam and during tha 
long fli^t three aiit.raft were 
lost because of flak damage. "Dis- 
regarding this, he displayed out- 
standing airmanship," the rqwrt 
read, "by leading the strike group 
directly to the target." The cita- 
tion that accompanied the medal 
went on to say, "His assistance 
in vLsually locating, the target was 
a major contribution to the severe 
damage inflicted on the bridge." 



Lt. Gj^i^ier and his famiijr 
live at 445 St>ainoa Road^ Virginia 
Beadi. 

The second flying cross was 
presented to Lt. Richards "for tx- 
traordinary achievement as a ra-, 
dar intercept officec^f an F4B 
Phantom with Fighter Squadron 
84 aboard the oartier bidepend- 
«ice." 

On the momii^ of Sept. 20, 1935, 
Lt. Richards participated in a 
highly successful strike against 
the Cao Nung raiboad bridge be- 
tween North Viet N<ain and ICom- 
mumst China. OiB-ing the approach 
to the target, three enemy sur- 
face4cKair missfies were sif^ted 
heading toward the group. 

Evading the missiles by vioJent, 
pre-planned maneuvers, the strflce 
group flew 'k)w altitude cover for 
tiie duration of tiie strfte. 

Tliis mission took place dose 
•to Phuc Yen airfield and other 
airfields which were just across 
the Red China border. 

The Richards' live at 133B Gra- 
ham iRoad, ViFgioiB Beach. 

Lt. Barfcley eanied the Secre- 
tary of the Navy citation for "out- 
standii«g achievement in the su- 



perior parfomMUMe u"mrkm\pt 
■and weapons oUicer with Ftghler 
Squadron 84 aboard the carrier 
^dependence." 

TTie report read "Combir.ing his 
knowledge id aircraft syslena and 
supervisory capability, he direct- 
ed and utilized his resources so 
effectively that even when laoed 
with the k>s8 of several aircraft 
to enemy action he was able to 
provkie suffkient combat-ready 
aircraft to meet all of the sorties 
and misskMts wliich were assigned 
to his oommand." 

lA. Barkley and his family live 
at 428 Oronin Road, Virginia 
'Beach. 



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you keep noticing all over town. (You'll be seeing it 
all over the state, too. F&M has 52 offices in 17 Vir- 
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Danny Jordan Cited 



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BAYSIDE — A "special" from 
Vitry-Le-Francois, France — Safe 
driving awaxJs were presented to 
four membsrs of the Vitry-Le- 
Francois Army Deport Activity 
in a ceremony at the post motor 
pool. Capt. AHaert L. Hayes, ex- j 
ecutive officer of the activity, 
presented the awards. 

Among those cited were Clauda, 
better known as "Danny" Jordan, 
formerly of (Bayside and son of 
Mr, and Mrs. CJaude E. Jordan 
Jr. of Thoroughgood. i 

The citation read for 10 months 
or 25,000 miles of accident-free 
driving. 




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"DOGS" popular at horse show . . . ch*fs Ben Cooper and Stanley 
Phillips serve Orville (Kitty > Karwood a hot dog with aii the trim- 
mings during the recent horse s' *w at Hillcrest Stables. Sponsored 
by the Lions Club, it will becon > an annual fun and fund-raising 
affair. (Photo by Cassandra) 




Strange Over 
Hooper By 
One Stroke 



VIRGLNIA BEACH - Tom 
Strange of Virginia Beach fired 
a par 72 Monday at Bidei.\-Wee 
Golf Course in Portsmouth to win 
his fourth Virginia State Open 
championship. 

Strange edged out Herbert Hoop- 
er by one stroke in the playoff 
round. 

Strange and Hoaper both had 
an overall score d 289 when the 
regulation tournament ended Sun- 
day and were forced into an 18- 
hole playoff: 

Hoo-per managed to stay even 
par with Strange through the 13th, 
but then lost with bogies on the 
Nth and 16th. Hooper's share of 
the purse was $500, 

Strange won $1,000. 

Thirty-five-year-old Strange also 
edged out Hooper, who is 23, by 
two strokes during the champion- 
ship at the Cavalier two years 

ago. 

After the tourney was over, 
Strange said he will play his first 
reA tour appearance in the Phila- 
deliphia Golf Classic in August. 
He recently became a member of 
the PGA. 

Strange was honored last night 
at the Bow Creek Country Club, 
where.he is the club professional. 

He was feted to a cocktail party 
which got under way at 7:30 p.m. 



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other officers installed for the 
196fr«7 year are Mrs. Rdw Nix- 
on, vice president ;Mrs. Lillian 
Entsminger, jtreaairer; Mrs. Edith 
Shea, recording secretary; Mrs. 
Marion Ballance, corresponding 
secretary; Mrs. Sarah Day, his- 
torian, and Mrs. Lazelle iMoore, 
chaplain. 

The impressive eandlelight cere- 
mony included music by the Elks 
Choir and was held at the Lodge 
Hall located in the Jefferson 
Hotel. 

IMore than 100 guests, friends 
and husbands joined to congratu- 
late the ladies at a cocktail hour 
and buffet supper, following whith 
Frank Ferringo, accompanied by 
Mrs. Ferringo, led tho-e presimt 
in informal singing. 

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Match Planned 



VIRGINIA BE.\CH -There's 
igoingi to be plenty oif'^'aclion 
Saturday night at the Virginia 
Beach Dragway on Route 615 at 
Creeds. 

Strip proinoter Jack DcLong 
said Monday that three of the 
fastest sets of wheels in the nation 
will be here for a match race. 

The three arc: To.-nmy ('.rove, 
from Oa kland, Cal. in his I'.X* 
f a c*ftWf1^WpW»sored Mustang, 
"Charley Hors-se"; Pete Soaton 
from Royal Oaks. Mich., in his 
1966 Chevelle, "Seaton Chevy"; 
and Tom "'Smoker" Smith of 
Washington, D. C. with his 1968 
Barracuda, "Smokerracuda." 



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THE HIGHWAYMEN, who are today considered, by the experts and 
their fans around the world, to be perhaps the most energetically origi- 
nal and t°chnically polished "folk group" in the music busteess will ap- 
pear this \reekend at the Golden Garter Cafe on 16th Street. 

(Seymour Photo) 

Organisation Lists Objectives 



(Continued from Page 1 A) 

and State funds. It is ntfted that 
a canal from Rudee Inlet to link- 
born Bay will be campleted. 

'N«w safety measures are pro- 
posed with use of the new central 
ccmmunications center and fire 
station at Princess Anne Plaza, 
with continued study and improve. 
ment of traf^c safety on Virginia 
Beach Boulevard and with the 
widening and improvement of 
Great Neck Road. 

Con£'Jruction of [he first phase 
oif the New C tiysHprlaH ETAO 
of the new Oity Hall i^ projected 
in the objectives, as well as con- 
tinued develtf ment d &ie indus- 
trial park, with particular eiripha- 
sis on negotiations with a major 
industrial plant to cost about $5 
million and to ennploys about MO 
persons. Also proposed are studies 
of drainage problems and eftorts 
to get Federal and State money 
for water, drainage, recreational, 
beautification and'sawer projects. 

New effofts in beautification, 
and the restoration of Back Bay 
to a sportsman's paradise are pro- 
jejtcd, as we'.l as the constru;rtion 
of a pleasure and commercial 
crtit marina in Lynnhaven. Four- 
laningj^ numerous roads and the 
coftiipletion of the new bridge ovet 
Lynnhaven Inlet are included in 

Little League 

(Continued from Page 1 A) 

feet. More than 2.m square feet 
will be incorporated into the 
new car showroom. 

This will be tiie first now car 
dealership in the area with a 
fully automated car toalyslng 
center. 

The property of concern fronts 
354 feet along VErginia Beach 
Beach Boulevard and also includes 
a restaurant. | 

There will be a service de- 
partment with 40 stalls, a truck 
repair center, a paint shop, and 
a seperate building for a body 
repair shop, a customer's lounge 
and outdoor gardens. Also in- ■ 
eluded in the plans are a lire sabs ' 
and repair daparlment and a glass 
aind rqpair ceaiter. I 

The site of Carey Field and 
wlwre tiie new dealership will | 
be located is one mile east of I 
Princess Anne Plaza. 

Barbara Riley, daughter of Cdr. 
and Mrs. William P. Riley of Bay- 
side, was a manbcr of the pro- 
diiction staff for the Sock and 
Hii.-kin drama cHib of Randolph- 
.■Vlacon Woman's College in its 
presentation of "Winnic-lhe-'Pooh," 
a mflsical comody version of the 
famous book for children, given 
recently at tae college. She was 
in charge of the sound. 



the objectives iHs), al(»)g with fur- 
ther development of the Farmers' 
Produce Market. In addition, men- 
tion is noted concerning acquisi- 
tion of hi^rical sitK in Virginia 
Boach and their restoration. Ttie 
Organization promises continued 
support of adequate advertising 
programs for the City to insure 
attainment of potential. 
' One cjf the major objectives the 
Organization isays needs to be 
handled desperately is a new mu- 
nicipal golf course. The building 
of such a golf course is projectsd. 

The Organization also calls for 
the adcotion of & minimian hous- 
ing code and elimination of sub- 
standard housing on a time sched. 
ule that would not work a hardi- 
ship on anyone. 

The release of the Organization 
platform, based on the stogan, 
"For (Continued Progress . . . 
Sound Government in Virginia 
Beach," is the first major step 
of the present Council campaign. 
The election of eleven CbuncO 
mcnri^ers will take place on June 
14, under the newly adopted and 
accepted borough and at-large rep- 
resentation plan. 

The canrqjaign committee of the 
Organization candidates says the 
can^aign will be "steipped up" 
'soon, with the full discussion of 
the objectives set forth in the 
brochure. 

The memibers of the Organiza- 
tion slate are: AJbei-t Bonney, 
Lawrence Marshall, G. Dewey 
Simmons, Jr., JjIw MeCombs, 
Earl Tebault, Kenneth Whitohurst, 
S. Paul Brown, Frank Dusch, Rolb- 
ert Cramwcll. George Ferrell arai 
Murray Malbon. 



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MAY SS - SB 

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VJRG]NLA FIEACH - Soas'de 
Amusement Park at Virginia 
Btach will open its gatss for the 
1£j3 sca?on on Friday, May 20, 
at 6:00 p.m. 

The park's operating schedule 
will bs from 8:00 p.m. weekdays 
and frcm 12 Noon Saiturda)^ and 
Sunc'iays until the end of the pub- 
ic scbO'Ol session, whan the parit 
will be open from the noon hour 
every ("lay through the season. The 
bathhcus3 and refreshment stands^ 
hrwever, will be open from 9:00 
a.m. daily beginning this week. 

i\ fireworks dis"/!ay is scheduled 
for Memorial Day, OVfet 30, at 
10:00 p.m., and the park's annual 
schedule of fr;e circus acts will 
begin on June 13. There will be 
weekly changes of circus attrac- 
tions each Monday, asd perform- 
ances dai'ly, at 2:30 ai".d 1^ p.m. 

The circus act schedule: June 
13-19: The Aero-Stvlites, aerial per- 
forming team; 20^K, Josaph Smi- 
ley, magician; June 27-July 3, 
The Great Eric, hi^ wire artist; 
4-10, The Torrys, comedv trampo- 
line-novelty act; H-'l?, Tlie Tops, 
aerial skating act; 18-24, Qiai and 
Somay, novelty high wire perform- 
ers; ^^1, Don and Dotores Rog- 
ers, jugglers; Ai^st 1-7, Billy Bar- 
ton, "Mr. Sensation," cloud swing; 
8-14, Leo and Josephine Gasca, 
wire-walkerrs; l'5-2il, James Shan- 
non, high diver; 22-28, Texas Tom- 
my," animal act; August 29-Seip- 
ten-iber 5, Les Tai Funs, aeriai 
act. 

Admission to Seaside Amuse- 
ment Park is free. 




Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, AAey 19, 1966 



Page 7-A 



Public Forum 

VIRGIiNIA B'EACH — The first 
Public Forum cf the Parks and 
Recreation Commission will be 
held Monday, May 23, at 3 p.m. 
at Bayslde High School. 

Maury Riganto, chairman, an- 
nounced that the entire Commis- 
sion wtH bs presont. IMscussions 
on the City's recreation plan and 
possible revisions of the Master 
Recreation Plan is open to the 
public. 



A dataity chapel cap is modeled by Alyce Cralton (center) for Doro- 
thy Welter I while Vera (Lachy) Newton browaes through some 
stacked paperbacks. (Staff photo by Padrick) 

Closet Too Small for Business 



"There must be a need for this," 
observed "Lucky" Newton, "for 
we haven't tried very hard to 
promote it." She was talking about 
the Pari^ Bo<^ Store which is in 
the process this week of movuig 
into its larger quarters in ordar 
to be ready to celebrate the be- 
ginning of its third year of opera- 
tion with an Open House from May 
23 throu^ 27. 

A little over two years ago, 
E^astem Shore Chapd converted 
a rather large ctoset into a bock 
and gift store. Stories of inspira- 
tional nature plus varkxis gift 
items were offered for sale. The 
re^nse was ov^^hetaung! 

When R became oiivious that the 
demand was greater than the fa- 
cilities could carry, a move to 
larger quarters was imperative. 
And it was decided to clean out 
a stock room at the rear of 'the 
church and make that the new 
book store. 

After extensive planning and 
moving and ordering of supplies, 
the volunteer ladies of the church 
are happy to announce that the 
remodeled spacious quarters wiil 
be ready to serve many faithful 
patrons of the past and are in- 
viting new cusUaners to come and 
browse. 

The celebration of the growtii 
of the Parish Book Store will be 
in the form of an open house and 



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In the 1890's the Ghent Club, now the Hague 
Club, was the scene of many social gatherings. 

. . . Then H. D. Oliver had been serving Tide- 
water for nearly 30 years. 

Debutante balls, teas, receptions and othM* gala 
functions took place in thig fa.miliar building. Norfolk 
was proud of this fiiw clvt. In those days H. D. Oliver 
had been serving Norfolk, too, by providing the mgat 
rcs})ected. dignified funeral and burial ssrvicss. Toctoy, 
more than 70 ycarj later, the H. D. OlivCT tradition of 
excellence remains true. Your needs are most ably 
served by the vp^rienced staff with two moder.n facili- 
tis. including the di^nguiihed htxne at Virginia Beach. 
Call on «. D. Oliver for the best. 

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will be carri«^ out all next week 
Hcfurs of operation will be from 
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Refreshments 
of coSibe and codcies will be 
served. 

All types of devotional, i.Tspira- 
tional and theological books will 
be availjiiile. Tliey carry a large 
stock of chi'klrer's books as well 
es adult fiction and non-fiction. 
Gift itemts include such things as 
silver jewelry and medals, plaques 
and prints ^ religious art, chapei 
caps, and nk:e greeting cards for 
all occasions including confirma- 
tions, etc. 

Proceeds derived from the Par- 
ish Book Store ^ to the Seminar- 
ians for ^educatiw and part also 
goes to those in Colun^ia, Soutli 
America. 

Board menAers are all volunteer 
workers. Mrs. A. C. Johnson Jr. 
is general manager; Mrs. F. H. 
Weller, bock manager; Mrs. Roy 
Newton, gift manager; Mrs. Joel 
Carlson, book mventory; Mrs. B. 
Sydney Sanders, S3cretary; and 
Mrs. D. M. Cramer, book assist- 
ant. Salesladies are women of the 
church who volunteer one day a 
week in the Parish (Book Store. 



(Continued frcm Page 1 A) 

E. S. Wheeler, II; Charles M. 
Vernay; and John H. Ehrhardt. 

W^liam H. Jeter, a guidance 
counselor at Virginia Beach High 
School, told Gormly in a letter 
that Mathias, "throughout his en- 
tire high school career, has been 
an outstanding citizen, student 
and well-rounded young man in all 
phases of school and outside ac- 
tivities". 

With this scholarship, Mathias 
will attend Old Dominion Col- 
lege. 

Mathias ranks fourth i na class 
of ,174 and has maintained an 



Club Names 

average of 94.361 (A-). 
During his senior year at 

VEKS, Mathias has been: a d3le- 
gate to Boy's State; a niember of 
the Int-ir Arts Club, the .AjRS 
^cdica Cluib, the Art Club, the 
t>;-ama Club, the Literary Cub, 
the Audio Visual Club, the 



REALTOR 
WEEK 

MAY sa - as 

SEE A REALTOR! 



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strict Cede of Ethics as a nen- 
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the National Association of RmI 
Estate Boards. 



National Honor Society; and a 

member of the Surfqueen. Beadi 
Bcwl, and SCA Standing Commit- 
tees. He was also etected as the 
Distingii^d High Sdiod Stu- 
dent of Am^ica. 

He has two brMher, 17 and IS, 
and one sister, 23. 



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31st Street & Atlantic Avenue— Virginia Beach 

-RIDES OPEN DAIIY AT 6 P.M.- 
SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS AJ 12 NOON 

, OPEN'J FOR THE 1966 SEASON , 
* TOMORROW AT 6 P.M. * 



-FEATURING FOR 1966- 



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958 Laskln Road 
Phone 128-1641 



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ACTS 
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stepping into a warm house 
in the winter... 



unless it's stepping into 
a cool house 
in the summer. 




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Flameless electric heat pump. 
There's nothing like it. 

It's the unique, all-in-one system that does both jdi*— 
maintains .t ^fMangtimc-frcsh climate in your hcxae 
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outside. A (bniclcss electric heat puinp is conijnct, 
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• noAiMdlieis 



<*0irtttoB «« be made to the 
Ci^«C Vk«Ma BMch OouncU iw 
tiM I m rin g of ^Me 13th at s.oo 
M>. Cor pM Wi MWM to relocate 
te k^BW faUd bouses: 

1. I ilMy wood framed house 
to WiDis FMds. 



nciv kwated at 3506 HoUand 
Itoad, to be moved to 717 
6(nith Rosemont Road, Pec?n 
Gard«is. 

2 story wood framed house 
belonging to MattJe Peele, 
now located on Holland Road 
and South Lynnhaven. Rd.. to 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

{■ 

be moved zr proximately 1,500 

ftet north on the same side of 

Holland Ro»l as now located. 

Houses to be moved by Fred 

Sherman and ^ns. 5-19-2t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
B«-'ach on the ITtli day of May, 
' 1966. 



• LE GAL NOTICED I 

Order of PuUicatkm 

GLORIA JfJiS CAREY 
Plantiff. 
against 

TTIOM.\S PAUL CAREY 
Defendant. 

The diject of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
moni from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of two years 
saparation. 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a mra-rejident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being 608 Ferrero 
l^ne, LaPuente, California it 'n 
ardwed that he do appear here 
withhi ten ao) days after due 
jwblicatJon hereof, and do what 
may be necesary to proted his 
interest in this suit 



•LEGAL NOTICES 

A c»?y— Teste: 

JOIIN V. FEN-njESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary IM. White. D.C. 
Caton & Wr^ 
2508 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-19-*t 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 




THERE 
ARE GRADE ' A" 




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THESE ABE GRMM "A" 





Not all Gradf "A** egrgs are alike. 

To be labeled Grade "A" 

•ggs must meet certain minimum requirements. 

There is many an egg that can be called Grade "A? 
that just never could be a Sunnybrook Egg, 

« 

Sunnybrook Eggs . . . they're our best 
They have to be well above the minimum 
or they won't make the grade with us. 

Break one in a pan, notice how proud the yolk sits up. 
That's the sign of a good egg ... a fresh egg.,, 
a Sunnybrook £gg. 

Tnr Sunnybrook. 

And if you ever And 

jugt one egg that doesn't measure up, 

we'll give you a dozen free. 

12 for 1 ... th»t> pretty good odda. 

Are Sunnybrook Eggs a good reason for shopping A&P . 
Th^'re one of many. 

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STEAKS 



"SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY BONELESS ROUND 



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83 



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SIRLOIN TIP STEAKS 
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95c 
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"SUPER-RIGHT" SLICED 

BACON 
69c I 2 p". 1.35 



CGUhlrRY STYLE 

HAMS 



87c 



NONi PRicn 

LI. Of C HIOHIil 



FAT BACK 



Dry Salted 



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29e 



TURKEY BREAST 'r.^' "t. 79e 
CHIP STEAK »■'"•"'";, M" 
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LUNCH'NMEAT .'„3t;,^'l°° 



"SUPER-RIGHT" 4 to 6 LB. AVG. FRESH 

PICNICS 



Pitgs. 



GROUND CHUCK 
CANNED HAMS 
CORNISH HENS l.. a.» l. 
CHICKEN LEG '""*" »> 39c 
CHICKEN BREAST "^ ^ 39e 



"Super- CQi^ 
Right" Lb. "OW 
Agar Q Lb. $479 
« Can fc 

'^' '» ' 53c 



Lb. 



39 



NONE PRICED HIGHERI 



CHICKEN LIVERS 



Fresh 



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"ruits and Vegetah es! 



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FRESH CUSP ICaBtG 

LETTUCE 



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2 LARGE 00 
HEADS ^ V 



IT^S FOR THE $AUD BOWLI ^ 

PEPPERS 'oViSI? If«r29e 
RADISHES^ 3— 6-ti. pkfs.29t 
eUCUMlERS "^"^ Sfftr29e 
TOMATOB n^g^iD lb. 29c 
eOLESUW l-N.pkc.25e 
SAUDMIX l-ci.pk|.2Se 
UUn Hkft$ taeli I9e 



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LOCAL JUICY RIPE 



l-LI. 
CAN 

1-LB., 1-OZ. 
CAN 

1-LB. 
CAN 

1 -LI., 1 1-OZ. 
CAN 

LORD MOn . . . FRENCH STYLE 

GREEN BEANS " «^ 

DEL-MONTE 

SLICED BEETS cHH 

LUCKS 

1-LI,. 1-OZ. 

CAN 



SUCCOTASH 

DEL-MONTE 

GREEN PEAS 

ROSEDALE . . . GREEN 

LIMA BEANS 

A&P . . . GRADE "A" 

SAUERKRAUT 



Mix or Mafeh 'Em 




STRAWBERRIFS j 



BLACKEYE PEAS 



LESSER QUANTITIES SOLD AT 
\ THEIR REGULAR PRICES. 



QT. BSKT. 



IT'S NEWI A&P 



TROPICAL PUNCH OR 



NONE PRICED HIGHERI 



39c GRAPE PBINK ai 



1-Qt.,14. 
Oz. Cans 



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"asty/rhrifty Dairy Selections! 






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lOTTER 

Ai^ CHB>DAIt . 

CHEESE 



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IN Vi4A l-U. 
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A&^ CHB>DAR . . . MED 
WIOM 

CUT 



73c 
65c 



SUNNYBROOK GRADE "A" 

FRESH EGGS 



V 



MEDIUM 
SIZE 



2doz. lie 



Delight-ful Frozen Foods! 



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SULTANA 

NAM DINNER 



2':::^ 79c 



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OLD FASHIONED . . . APPLE or CHERRY 
FRIED J IN A 

or PKG. 



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CAP'N. JC 

PERCH 



4 «*«" 29c 



PEACHES 
APPLE JUICE 
PORK & BEANS 
KIDMEY BEANS 
POTATO CHIPS 
INSTANT COFFEE 



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With Tomato Sauco Ok. ^ly 



OR RED BEANS 
ANN PAGE 

JANE PARKER 
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NONE FINER I 



2-Lb., 9- 
Os. Can 

12-OI. 
Pkg. 

10-Oz. 
Jar 




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CAP'N. JOHNS OCEAN 
FILLETS 



Jane Parker Baked Foods! 



t-LB. 
PKG. 



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OVBiMlBH WUiARS 



14IL.B. 
OS. HI 



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DOMTS "^ '^25e 



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PEACH PIES 

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JELLY 

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BEEF STEW 

lATORIS 

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Special 
Low Price! 
CURRANT 
Kg VoIh*! 



scon SOFTWEVE TOIIET 



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;rij;;43e tissue 

ANGtl SOFT , . 

"£29e TOWELS 

HUNT S STcAK HOUSE 

'""^69c KETCHUP 



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2 \Si 26e 

2 'rii.- 46c 
2'£2'46c 



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Oi.ior, 



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'99e BEANS t PORK 2 i:^ 38g 



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Through May 21 In Virginia Beach & Vicinity 



NOTE THIS LOW PRICE ON AiP'S BRIQUETS OF 

CHARCOAL 5 ^»'20i^ 99' 



Beach cm the 17th day of May, 
0966. 

Order af PnUicatfM 

MVKHE IRENE BUTTS PARK- 

HI. PlaaitiS. 
against 
LOUBS PARKER, SR. 

Defexiant. 

The d>iect of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
moni frcm the said defaidaitf, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

(And an affidavit having been 
made and fiJed that the defetidant 
is a non-re'^ident of the State of 
Virginia, the last kn^wn rost of- 
fice add'ess being: SFC. P7, Fir- 
ing fiatterv, 1st MissU? Battalion, 
18th Artillery, Fcrt SiM. Okla- 
hpTia, it is o"d?red that he do 
a-oear here within ten (10) da^s 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to 
prctf':t his intere:t in this suit. 

A croy— Teste: 

JCHN V. FET^TRESS, Clerk. 

By: MarylM. White, D.C. 
Rne, Fine, Legum, S^hwan & Fine 



• UOALNOnCIS 



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REALTOR 
WEEK 

MAY 88 - SB 



SEE A REALTOR I 

REiUTORO: A profittlaul hi 
real ittatt who subscrllMt ta a 
strict Cada at Ethlct at a aitM- 

Sr af tba laeal baard aad af 
t National Associatiaa af Raal 
Ettata Baards. 



Dave Miller Realty Inc. 

17gl Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Phone 428-3822 



NEW' 

COLORS 
FOR 
YOUR 

FLOORS 



Armstrong 

EXCELON 

PLASTIC 

FLOOR TIL.E 



You'll be amazed how much 
prettier your home can be by 
adding color to the fkwrs. We 
suggest Excelon Tile. Because 
it is made of vinyl plastic and 
a^jestos, the colors are clearer, 
brighter, and kmg lasting. It is 
available in • strai^ grain, 
spatter, and Designers stydings. 

F ERR ELL 

LINOLEUM & TILE CO. 
Phone 627-8661 
1225 W. 25th St. 



PHOroGBAPir/-^amiHar with 
plK>ta^a(:hy to process «n4 print 
3Glnin fikn in own home w shop. 
Good income. State type of dark- 
room and equifiment owned. Give 
address and phone number. R^y 
to Virginia Beach Siui, Box No. 
133. 5-19-21 

Fitness Meet 
Today At Cox 

LY^,'.\1tIAVEN - The niribh 
ann.nl Physcal Fitness Me^ gets 
underway today at 10 a.m. wiUi 
1404 contestants who are winners 
fro.Ti the elementary schools of 
Virginia Beach City Public School 
system. 

The elementary grade students 
from grades four through seven 
will compete at Cox High School 
stadium. 

The welcome will be given by 
Harold S. Whitehurst, Director of 
Paiks, Recreation and Physical 
Education, and will be foJlpwed 
by greetings from Frank W. Cox( 
Superintendent of Schools, 

Frank Taylor, High School Super, 
visor .will be the announcer, and 
scoring will be done by J. J. 
Owens Jr., Administrative As- 
sistant; Eric Fcx, Director of Test- 
ing; Mrs. Catiierine Dozier, Visit- 
ing Teacher; and Miss Gwen 
Corpew, Secretary Parks and Rec- 
reation. 

Judging will be by the indi- 
vidual school teacher representa- 
tives and Coach Botoy Tugwell 
and Cox High School Track Team. 

Awards will be presented by , 
Dr. Robert Kelly. Director of In- 
struction; Mrs. Grace Harrell. 
Mrs. MiL'dred Wilson, Miss Pat 
King, and Phillip Meekins, Ele- 
mfflitary Si^ervisors; and Miss 
Louise LuxL'ord, Director of Per- 
sonnel. 

Schools 'participating are Ara- 
gona, Arrowhead, Bayside, Ccoke, 
Courthouse, Creeds, D^, Heirmit- 
a g e, Kemipsville Eiero^tary, 
KempBVille Meadows, King's 
Grant, Linfchom Park, Luxford, 
Lynnhaven, Malibu, Old Dwiation, 
Pembroke Plaza, Seaboard, Sea- 
tack, Shelton Park, Thalia, 
Thorou^good, Trantwood, Wil- 
liams, Windsor Woods, and Wood- 
stock. 



REALTOR 
WEEK 

MAY ee - SB 

SEE A REALTOR! 

KM.TOR*: A prafattianal it 
nal Bstata wfea sabseribat ta a 
strict Ca* af Ethlct at a mm- 
bar af tin heal baard awl at 
tba NatiMMl Astaclatiaa af Raal 
Ettata Nardt. 



Larasan Realty 

3401 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Phone 340-3030 



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VIRGINIA BEACH 



Aimctta and Gerrie are relishing a period in their Ufetkne which 
will someday be one of their most treasured memories of an intermis- 
sion between girlhood and womanhood. Schooldays are over, jobs have 
been secured, and marital plans\are ndMrious . . . they have kft the 
sheltering arms of home and now live ti^ethsr in an «;artnent of 
fteir own. ^ ,, 

• 

Their great desire to "try their wi^" did not oome diout tfnxH^h 
misunderstandings of adult demands; rather it was a natural result 
of a growing awareness of the importance of being a person in her 
own right. Their freedom, which has been graited by wisdom of faith 
in parental upbringing, is a responsibility they carefully protsct. 

(Finding a roommate of like interests and income, learning each 
other's likes and disliltes and sharing chores together is all part of 
the necessary maturing process and the miportant ingredients for es- 
tablishing a happy home. 

Gerrie and Aimetta work together in the same office and have the 
same hours which simplifies matters considerably. They each have 
their own car, so they take turns driving to work. And. being young, 
they hold to no rigid schedules as to when the laundry shou'd be done, 
irohing finished, or even when meals should be prepared! When asked 
what they cook and when they eat their meals, they just giggled and 
said, "We eat when we get hungry and have whatevier the budget 
allows!" 



ViRQinia Beacn Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1966 - 

SEaiONB 



AT NORFOLK FORD PLANT 



Five Beachites Receive Awards 





FIVE R^IDENTS OF VIRGINIA BEACH were honored recently (May 12) by Ford Motor Company 
for outstwding community service. Marvin T. Run yon (left), manager of Ford's Norfolk assembly 
plant, and James F. Black (right), who will succeed Mr. Runyon in that post, bresent community 
service award plaques to (from left): Frederick J. Meyers, of 500 Sham St.; Thaddeus Parri-'h. of mb^ 
Stephens Road; Mrs. John L. Flood, of 1401 D'l av Cmu-t; George N. Gabriel, Jr., of 5.149 Barton 
Drive, and Leonard Morrell, of 709 Wolfesnare Crescent. Of nine plaques awarded to Ford employes 
and their wives, five were earned by the Virginia Bca-h residents- 



Student Recital 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The stu- 
dents d Mrs. .Mice Soles will pre- 
sent a recital at the Rswe and 
Ijong music store in Norfolk on 
Weanebday, May 25, at 8 p.m. 

Featured on the program will 
be pia.'.o solos on the concert 
grand, i rc^n nn.,sic, and arrange- 
mentj on two pianji. 

Tlie public is invited to attend 
this free recital. 

StL dents particioating will be 
Johnny K.irte, Rebecca Bryson, 
T'..jmas and Bruce Wilbur, Laura 
Soles, DeborEh Pa\iie, Jill 
Knswles, Karen Jones, Sandy 
Kuehn, .Marjorie Richards, Bill 
Stier, Cathy Bostron, Janis Elliott, 
Steve Pnillips, Deborah Tobin, 
Nar.cy Bready. Rebecca Martin, 
Linda Ross, and Lois Abromitis. 



Cox SCA Officers Elected \ 



-2d Front-cox SCAOFFICEItS 
VIRGINIA BEACH - Co)c High 
School students elected their SCA 
oi^fice^s for the '66-'67 year in re- 
cent elections at the sdiool. 

The new officers are Alex. New- 
ton, President, Marcia Bartur>i ,'c, 
vice president, Jane McFarland, 
secretary, Maxine Stone, treasur- 
er, and Co;iy Berg, chaplain. 

Alex, son of CWO and Mr.^. 
Thcmas A. Newton, served this 
year as ICC vice chairman. He 
is also a mtiT.bcr d the wrestling 
team, the band and the Key CLb. 

Marcia, who will new serve as 
chairn-.^n d the ICC, has been a 
mt..-nbtr ?f both the ICC and the 
£CA execi; 've councils and has 
served as . A district secretarj". 
s:.e is the daughter of Cdr. and 
Mrs. C. A. Bartusiak. 

Jane is a member of the Kes- 
trels, Cox's driH team and the Y- 
Teens and has served as trea.surer 
cf the Junior Class this year. She 
ii th? daughter of Cdr. and Mrs. 
Rajph L. McFarland. 

Maxine, daughter of E. Maxton 
Stoiie, has served previously as 
S(2A chaplain. She is a member of 



Sigma Alpha Beta. Tri-Hi-Y awl 

the Gymnastics team. , <* 

Copy has also h^ previtMM e^ 
perience in the SCA. He serv*g 
as chaplain of the SCA at Baysi^ 
lest year and was one of Cox't 
delegates to the state SCA cogi 
ference held at Cox in April. Ht 
has served as chairman (rf 03 
freshman cla^s steering camnw 
tec. m 



Award Won ,z 

VIRGIMA BEACH - The V> 

g;.".ia Electric & Power Co. aQ 
E^fctric .Award has been prese.Ttet! 
to Harrv and Sam Sandler d thl 
L. M. Sandler & Sons company by 
L. L. Eley Jr., Vt;,oco distrioi 
man::Mr. "" 

The firm's rebuilt plant in tl^ 
18C0 block :;f Hnd^eman Rjad com 
vcrtd [(10 h'.atino system to elc;? 
tric!ty and u^es no other farm erf 

power. 

The original plant wa- heavily 
damaged by fire last year. 12 



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Annetta and Gerrie often talk and laugh over the day's happenings 
at their own table In their own apartment on tiielr own time . . . 

Expressing some concern over thrir slim figures beconrii^ "soft and 
te|l," Uiey often taka time after woA to play tennis to keep m shape 

. . "Somieltthies it is after 9 o'clock before we get around to even' 
thinking about food." 

Tfie "nesting instinct" which seems to l)e preswit in all females 
shows in the l«wney atmosphere tlwy have created with a few furnish- 
ings brou^ from home blending with the ttiin^ already available 
in their partly-furnished apartment. Both are normaHy neat so no 
real housecleaning is necessary except >albout twice a month when tiiey 
pitch in with the vacuum ckaner, mop, dust doth and whatever else 
can be used to keep their place shining and'deat). They have no 
^)ecial nries nor assigned chores — "Whatever has to be done, we 
do togethw." 

And whether it is the remnants of childhood sti§l clinging w a 
biKkling mother-'like compulsion to care lor scmething little and help- 
less, the girls found their little home more complete with tiie inclusion 
<^ pets — the most important VIP being a little blaok puppy caUed 
Tina who is almost as tenderly cared for as a real baby. Annetta paid 
$50 for her when she was merely a handful of soft Uack fur. 

"Hiey also have four goldfish, two of which ttiey have named after 
their boyfriends and the other two are their namesakes — a nice little 
foursome. And soft words and whistles from their parjdceets add to the 
backgr6uiKi of girlish conversations. 




Pampered pet, Tonya Wie Ling, better known as "Tina," is a min- 
iature registered Pekingese and still a baby. Note the padfier which 
riw enjoys at nap-time! 

When adted H they felt all girls should have their own apartments, 
they both agreed it wouW depend on ti»e persons, but for themselves 
they felt it a most important phase cf growing up. "We di(ki't move 
out of the city; we merdy left our chi'dh<x>d home. It is a-4W)nderful 
try-out perk)^ before having to be responsible to a hu^>and «»4^_5hils_ . 
dren later on in life. To (» k seems the only seniit)le a.nd mort k)gk»] 
itq} to take. Our famiii^ me near if we need ttem, but our deciskxis 
mn our own." 

lAliat ab(Xit the parents' rsac^kms? Oie mciOaia. who admitted* that 
tile sqttration is not withou pain, has foimd it to be a narpriangty 
ddigbtfui an>aflgemeiA. "MMuring diikken wtt not w^eeA much time 
«t home, birt whea Ihey move away, they seem to tskps 'oaaai^ bade 
M a guest to spend an evo^ . . . and they 'do come often." 



Sie belMvec that (he grmitiiig of mdepenkoce WMs a vMd "gift 
of km." 



NCRFOLK - Five en:i;Ioye^ of 
Ford Motor Cwnpany'i N3rfo:k 
^s-^ir'>iv plan,; and the wives of 
four other employes were honor :d 
hire today for their outstanding 
co.rmunity service. 

The nine men and women re- 
ceived plaques beari-.ig the en- 
graved commendation of Henry 
Ford II, c'liairmrn of t'le board d 
Ford Mot:r Cc.t :any, during a 
luncheon attended by plant man- 
agement and fellow eniployes. 

Plant Manager Marvin T. Run- 
yon made the presentation in his 
capacity as chairman of Ford's 
Virginia Canwnunity Relations 
Committee. 

"In an age when the demands 
of our careers and families seem 
to take an increasing measure of 
our time, it is gratifying to see 
Ford employes and wives devciing 
hours and effort to these vital chr- 
ic. functions," Mr. fiimyon said 
during presentation cefemonles. 

(Ali:o selected for community 
service honore were 16 oth«- em- 
ptoyes and wives who received 
written citations on the basis of 
nominations submitted by their 
fellow employees at the plant. 

Among those receiving Commu- 
nity Service Award plaques were: 

Mrs. John L. Flood, cl 1401 Del- 
ray Court, is tiie wife of the 
plant's industrial engineering man- 
ager now on ^)ecial assignment 
to the 1967 model launching com- 
mittee. She is a member of the 
women's auxiliary of the Norfolk 
Symphony Orchestra as well as 
co-chairman of the ways and 
means committee. Mrs. Fkxxl is 
a vokmteer woriter at the NorikA 
General Hospital and received rec- 
ognition pins in 1965 and in 1966 
for serving the hospital for a full 
day every week. 

Frederick J. Mevers, of SOO 
Sharp St., is an employe in the 
scheduling department of produc- 
tion control. He was instrumental 
in the formation of the Lynnhaven 
Pony League and the Princess 
Anne Little League where he man. 
aged its first championshi'p team. 
He continues as coach in the Prin- 
cess Arji Recreational League and 
this year will assist in the Pony 
and Colt Leagues. 



George N. Gabriel, Jr., of 5349 
Barton Drive is a college graduate 
trainee in the industrial engineer- 
ing dc;ar:mc.-t at the plant. He 
was canr-aign coordinator for a 
cand'Jate for the Vi.-ginia Senate 
and V. .'rked with tsveral civic and 
political gr3,;s to promote voter 
registration during the De.nccrat e 
primary in July, 19;5. He has .as- 
sisted fi;.id rai-'rg :''forls far Gk;v- 
ernor Mills Godwin, and hoMs 
mccTJbership in the Carolanne 
Far.ns Civic League, the Young 
De.-nccratic Club d Virginia 
Beach, and the N^^rfolk Junior 
ChsjT.i'jer cf Ccmrnerce. 

Thaddeus Parrish, of 1368 Ste- 
phens Road, is employed in the 
plant's trim department. He is an ' 
active menr.ber and past deacon of 
the Virginia Beach Presbyterian 
Church and has done volunteer 
work with tine Virginia Beach Lit- 
tle League. He is active in Boy 
Scout work and \s a member of 
the Order of the Arrow of the Kue 
Heron Lodge. 

Leonard Morrell, of 709 Wolf- 



srare Crescent, is an engineer 
in the proce-s engineering depart- 
ment. He organized the Princess 
Anie Plaza Fire Ccmpsny in 1952, 
purchased t^-e c:^T.ranv'3 first 
piece cf eq'jii;;ment snd ser\-£d as 
its presd nt. He was elected fire 
chief for two terms and served as 
safety chair.Tan d the Virginia 
Beach Council d the P.T.A. Ac- 
tive in the Bow Cresk Presbyt^ 
rian C.iurch, Mr. Morrell last year 
begin serving as a church elder. 
He also devotes time to yojth 
grou;:s and to the Unicn Scnninary 
Advancit, an organization whose 
cbjective^- include reciMiting and 
preparifig men for the ministry. 




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COX HIGH SCHOOL SCA OFFICERS, left to right, are Marcia Bartusiak, vice-president; Copy Berg, 
chaplain, Jane McFarland, secretary, Alex New ton. President. Absent is treasurer Maxine Sione. 



REALTOR 
WEEK 

MAY SS-SB 



SEE A REALTOR! 

REALTm«: A professional ie 
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strict Cede of Ethics as a mem- 
ber at the local, board and ef 
the National Association of Real 
Estate Beards. 



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Phone 4:.»8-3610 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, May 1 9, 1 966 




CHaS STATE MXEGATES AND ALTERNATES f ot Frank W. Cox High School were dnnouneed last 
%rf tke wAuL Ddegaia, fraat row. left to ri ^, are Nancy Comelhissen, Rise Gury, Jane EiA- 
CtAy BMmd tmi Marde Bartnsiak. AMer nates, back row, left to right, are Candy Lewis, 
Ci% Uwli. GtM O bt il t Mmu and Jane McFniMid. Absent is alternate Wbina Hostetler. 



Proposed 
Development 



V RGINIA 2E.KCR - itoierican 
Land Corp., rciwesented by Terry 
Keep, unveiled plans far a Poly- 
nesian motel and rejlcHrant, {dus 
a surfar's belter on the (xreazt- 
front. at the recent nieetirig of the 
Planning CcwX.nission hearing. . 

The develc;7ient would face 400 
feet on the -jceanfront and extend 
west to the shores of North Bay. 
It would be south of San£>rk!ge 
adj-cining the city<i,voed ooean- 
front park being developed on {^-.d 
sold to tl^ city by American Lai^. 

A smaC boat nnarina abd a boat 
launching area wouM be on the 
bay side. 9tcos and a pariong 
area would be betwcei the fubire 
road and t)>e bay. Itie 9Smnk ino. 
tel aoci re^anrant wigdd face flie 
ocean- 
Ben F. Bdtt- miMedl, drew 
the plans. 

nst estimate has bee^ made. 

Keep stated that no date has 
been set for completton, and no 




UFETME M£MBER9IIPS in ,the Virginia €oi«reaa si OK P-TA 
were preseated to Mn. IMib OAe, rrincipal of Court House Ele- 
mortivy Sdiool, nd Mn. NeBie GSbert. wbe has beea teadring 
far n ytmn. Nb«. R. D. Pad, PresMmt af the Coort Bmne ^ 
neataiy Sdiool P-TA 4ade <lw presentatioii redei^ to lirs. Cole, 
Mt, and Mn. GAcrt, right. Preaenth^ two Hfetime amnberships 
at one time Is mUobi done. (Sua Staff rtoto) 



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KRAFT 

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Mrs mCh Lawe ' 

ainton T- HtH 
AKrwl Scan 
i P, Ktnney 
Geo Etfwarrla 
Jachion L Docfatt 
Mr* Lucitia Thcrnwar 
Mri Raymond S Faa 
Mr* ChartoHt Mason 
Johf« R Jenet 
Hri (d,th Whitlvr 
EftMin GtbMtn 
Mit« Ann Matteaan 
Raymond Dontlhan 
Mrs Verda Jonkinft 
Jalin M DWen 
Robert w tMion 
Rfty WD(»dt»«( 
Nana t GlissWI 
J B Bliss 
Wm. J Barileia 
Wrn C Ehrmait 
"r» Benrom E,Owwi« 
Arthur C Jame«. 
Dorothy Potter \ 
Robert W Ntchoih 
Cetari* D Pane* 
M S Turltngien 
Anna L Lapnarrf 
Wm, F Hiii. 
Rnnald Themaa 
Geo«a Row 
AlvMa T. Ke»«r 
Charles Lister 

Wm A Wilson 
Marthe Williams 
Sar» f Atwell 
Bobby W. Harretr 
Naomi C Sawyaf 
Gticcnoi Picoharmoae 
E. R. Mowry. Jr 
Beatrice A Lone 
Mn Rotell Timmww 
lliirlev Jefferson 
B»We Flaelwood 
Nency Ghohston 
Robert H Wycha 
James R Nimmia 

Mr» Marrv W BrOsMc 

Evelyn t Dailey 
Baftie Shoemshar 
LaelB Cousar 

Van / Wynn 
Joaaphina Wood 

Mr., t (. H.II 
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Ann. McOm Harris 
*• M UMy 
Maary T, Innn, 
tMh Marrltt 
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Mrs Thea. C. Harrw 
M A Nataon 
John M Lofllt 
W. C Pace 
LHa D. HMMina 
James J Thama* 
John W Card. Jr, 
J W Beala. Jr. 
EuaKa Scrufia 
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Lsaa A Barbar 
Annatta B TavtOT 
Garry M odMas 
Mrs tti^n Naal : 
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Mr«. MariMta OVftM 
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Lutheran Women 

meetmg w\D be field at the Good 
Si£,:herd Lutiieran Church on Lu- 
tein Road on Slay 24, Tuesday, at 
8 pjn. 

Miss if^ |M> M^er^ ^^- 
fionary, s^ a^ vifi^^hed. She 
will have ^^rnUi S^ transla- 
Uss from tbevifiR^ d Njsn-iAou 
in Viet Nam nrf will be guest 
speaker for the evenirig. 

An interestii^ look at people in 
a war-torn couirtry will be pre- 
sented by Miss Sod who has re- 
sided there kx mmy ye^s. Sie 
kncws the cwnmoh pe<^les' wish- 
es and needs and what their 
thaugnts and feelings are regard- 
ing the terrible conflicts now go- 
ing on in Viet Nan. 

AH persons are invited to attoid 
the meeting and meet Miss Soul 
who will be in the United l^tes 
for a one year furlough- 



Outstanding Cadet 

VIRGINIA BEACH-Cadet Fir^ 
Lieutenant Charles M. Reed Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Reed. 
916 Cardinal Road, received the 
"Outstanding Cadet of the Year" 
award during Mother's Day c«-e- 
monies at Soutbwood College, Sa- 
lemburg. North Carolina. 

Cadet Reed was also the recip- 
ient of an Honor ^udent award 
for being on the Honor Roll all 
year, and the Platoon Leader 
award. 



He will graduate on May 29 




CHARLES M. REED ^IR. 



REALTOR 
WEEK 

MAY ee-s8 

SfeE A REALTOR! 



REALTOR*: A profisslsRil ia 
rial Bstata who sabscribss ti a 
strict Csda sf Etiil$s as a nse- 
htr If tte Iteri kiard ni af 
tin Natioaal AtsMJattoi of Rial 
Estito Boiris. 



Anchor R«a^ty 

SOOSOth Stred 
Phone (SS^im. 



Farms Now 
Total ^4 

WASHINGTCN, D. C. - A toti 
of 394 farms w3re counted in Vir- 
ginia Beach during l;ie 1934 Cen- 
sus of Agriculture, tibe U. S. Da- 
partment of CMnmerce's Bure::u 
ol the Ck»is reports. This iit- 
eludes the area that was formerly 
Princess Aime County. 

In the last previous Census of 
Agriculture (1^), the total count- 
ed was 417 farms. 

The 1964 total is published in a 
i^relliiin^ry report just issued. 
Hie report also shows that aver- 
age, farm size was 159.9 acres and 
that the average value of the 
farms (land and buildings) in 19&4 
was (120.388. 

Other imiportant Statistics in the 
report are: 

1. Value of all farm products 
sold by farms in 1964, $6,398,765; 
in 1969, $5,292,441. 

2. Value of all crops sold by 
faims in 1964, $3,967,786; in 1959, 
$2,870,064. 

3. Value of all livestock and live- 
stock products soW by farms in 
1964. $2,340,974; in 1969. $2,422,377. 

'Information obtained 6)r the 
first time in an agricultural census 
inckided the amount of income 
rec^ved by farmers ($90,005) from 
recreational services as well as 
data on the use of pest control 
chemicals in 1964. 

A Caisus of Agriculture is taken 
every 5 years in years ending m 
"4" and "9" to gather infonna- 
tion on the nation's agricultural 
resources and , production. The 
data are needed to make dacifions 
affecting many segments of the 
U.S. economy. The 1964 farm cen. 
sus was the 18th in a series that 
began in 1840. 

The preliminary report contains 
n)ore tiian 500 facts about agri- 
culture in the area. Anfiong addi- 
tional facts it contains are the 
numl)er of farms by size, type, 
and economic c^ss; the nuniier 
of farm operators by method of 
tenure, age. cok)r, oH-farm work, 
and nmrber of school years com- 
plied; land in larms by use and 
by land-use practices; data on 
equipment and facilities; farm ex- 
penditures; nunnlber of hired work, 
ers; and nurrlber of farms repiort- 
ing pouhry and livestock produc- . 
tion and those reporting crop pro-' 
duction by acres and quantities as 
well as sales. 

Single copies are available far 
10 cepts from the Bureau of the 
Cctsus, Washington. D. C. 20233 
or frcm any field office of the 
Department ol Commerce. These 
are located in major cities. 



League Policy 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The Nor- 
folk-Virginia -Beach League of 
Women Voters announces the res- 
ignation of Mrs. Everett W. Ab- 
dill from the Board of Directors 
so that she may er^age in parti- 
san p^tical activities. 

The League engages its mem- 
bers to be politically active, but 
to preserve non-partisan organiza- 
tionship. Board members do not 
engage in partisan poUtical activ- 
ity during their tenns of office. 



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vbA itowB 
Mr. 

No ai Aaep reqairad for this lenf-life fence. TIm longer 
it afea the more beautiful it become*. Easy to inatall. 
Fall iattrnctieM fumi.hed. 

ARTISTIC - DURABLE 
BILL MACDONALD*S 

BIRDNECK ROAD 

Virginia Beacli 
Lumber & Supply Co. 

"\Mftkm Bad Plywood cut to size" 

. Repatabia Contraetera and Carpenter* 

GA 8-2981 

OPB« SATURDAYS-ALL DAY 

HARDWARE - BUILDING MATERIALS 

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IS THIS WHERE YOU LET THE AIR OUT. GORDON? . . . Frances 
and Gordon McLeay are dwarfed by the gigantic wheel of tlie LARC 
60, Army amphibian formerly called the BARC. The LARC is always 
one of the top attractions at Armed Forces open house, to be held 
at Fort Story Saturday, May 21. (U. S. Army pboio) 



CROSSWORD POZZIE 



USTWEiKS 
ANSWEt,M 



AGB0S8 

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Haw. 
6. Musical 

instrument. 
]L1. Irregular, 

aa if 

gnawed 

away 
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iind 
JS.Fore- 

iathers: 

poet. 

14. Parts of 
churches 

15. Oriental 
lute 

16. Ahead 

17. Peer 
Gynt'» 
mother 

18. Site of 
Cornell 

. "University 
S2. British 

political 

party 
ti. Vermin 
28, Muslims' 

faith 
H9. HarmoniZd 
30. Lean-to 
31.Flowinsf 

substances 
92. Grins 
S4.Exclama^ 

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Txing 
S8. Spigot 
41. Fencers' 

foils 
43. Fo 

45. Mountain 
pools 



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47.Sbadhm3r 
48. Web-footed 
birds. 

Dovm 

l.For fear 

that 
2. Assam 

silkwomt 
S. Dreadful 
4.E3mploy 

5. Roman 
money 

6. French coin 

7. Lick 

8. Bear 
constella- 
tion 

9. Golf 
course 
parts 

10. Celt 
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20.Dr)aa» 
21.Dei>ate 
22.ForU« 

lied 

place 
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25.Awned 

26. Rela- 
tive 
of 
Sdward 

27. Ftench 
pronoim 

29. Entire 

31. Small, 
pear- 
shaped 
fruit 

33. Describing 
tree's north 
side 

34. Favorites 






35. Brightly 
colored 
fish 

36. Olympvs 
queen 

39. Birds 

40. Father: SV. 

42. Conerodtt 

43. Peruke 

44. Chemical 
suffix 



King's Grant Elementary School had a third place winner of a state 
award from the Daughters of the American Revohition's essay con- 
test. She waja Miss Jodie Lutz, a fifth grade student, and she re- 
ceived her awards from Mrs. Bernard White of Oie Princess Anne 
Chapter of DAR. Principal, Anne Ltndsey, is most proud of Jodie 
who participates enthusiasticaOy in many school activities. She is 
an A student, won third place in (he physical contest, and got a 
second prize for her Halloween poster. (Staff i^oto by PadrIck) 






Mrs. Reuben Trant Jr., first vice president; Mrs. Edward F. Don- 
nelley, ways and means chairman; Mrs. K. F. Treschow, second 
vice president and special events chairman; and Mrs. William Brown, 
presideitt of the Cavalier Garden Club are tauqiecting a sundial Simi- 
lar to the one the Club plans to dmate to the General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach for the Memorial Gardens at the rear of the hospital. 
Cavalier Garden Club raised more than $500 from its annual auction 
sale which is earmarked for landscaping nd beautification at the 
hospital. The /Sundial will be donated in the memory of former 
members. To date, over $2,000 has been raised for various projects 
at the hospital by this club. (Photo by Cassandra) 



VIRGINIA BEACH - This weak 
has been cfficially designated as 
R3altt)r Week and the rnembers 
cf the Norfolk, Portsmouth and 
Virginia Bea:h Boards of Realtors 
hav? m?de extensive plans for its 
celebration, said Mrs. Juanita S. 
Dickson, Chairman, today. 

She announced a schetkile of 
even'^ as the Reailtors in this area 
join with their more than 82,003 
colleagues acro-s the nation in 
directing public attefftion to tiieir 
calling and the special character 
cf the services they render. 

"A Realtor is not 'just a real 
estate man,' " said Mrs. Dickson. 
"He or she is a professional in 
real estate who subscribes to a 
Strict code of ethics as a menber 
of the local i>aard and of the Na- 
tional Association of Real Estate 
Boards." 

Mrs. Dickson said Realtors took 
their code olf ethics seriously. "It 
was one of the first adopted in 
the history of American business," 
she declared. "Under its 30 arti- 
cles, covering all aspects of a re.*} I 
estate transaction, the Realtor 
pledges fair treatment and the full 
scope of his or her real estale 
knowledge to both contracting par- 
ties— fcuyer and seller." 

She added that Realtor is a 
coined term and service mark 
registered with the U. S. Patent 
Office under the tradanark laws 
and as such should always be 
capitalized. It may be used only 
by meoibers olf NARBB. 

The theme of 1966 Realtor Week 
in Tidewater is contained in ife 
slogan: "Buying-Selling real es- 
tate? See a Realtor." 

"Two thirds of American fami- 
lies own their bo^es, a propor- 
tion unrivaled virtually anywhere 
in t^ie world," she continued. "The 
advantages cf home ownership'— 
financially, in convenience and 
security — are obvious. With the 
n^any forms of financing available 
today, any family can invest in its 
future by 'Moving up or settling 
down' and seeing a Realtor." 

Tuesday, May 24th will be Blood 
Bank Day in Portsmouth. Wednes- 
day, the 25th will be Civic Day 
with a civic luncheon meetii^ at 
the Golden Triangle Motor Hotel 



in Norfolk, where United Mortga- 
gee Servicing Cam. will be the 
host. The guests of honor will be 
tiie city oL'^iidalfi and Real Estate 
Boards officials of Portsmouth, 
Chesapeake, Norfolk and Virginia 
Beach. The guest speaker will be 
Mr. George P. S-hafron, President 
of Better Homes Realty, Inc., Al- 
exandi ia, Virginia and dyna.Tiic 
RppUcr "f the Year for the State 
of Virginia. 

Thur.'^iav, Mav 23th, will be 
Blood Bank Day for Norfolk and 
Virginia Beach when Realtors will 
donate Weed to the community 
through its Blcodmcbile. 

Friday, May 27th, will be Ladies 
Day with a luncheon at the La- 
fayette Yacht C'li), honoring the 
leading women of Tidewater. 

T^ Virginia Beach Board of 
Reaitors was founded in 1951. Its 
parent group, the National Asso- 
ciation of Real Estate Boards, 
was founded in 1908. Throu^ the 
combined services of the National 
and Virginia State Association, 
Realtors are furnished with the 
latest information in real estate 
developments, mortgage rates, 
economic trends and other busi- 
ness factor?. "We are proud to 
be Realtors.'' 



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VIRGINM BEACH - A nine- 
year old boy wiho received head 
injuries, when his bicycle rollided 
witlj a truck last month hSs beein , 
taken dff the critical list at King's 
Daughters Hospital. 

E!':on HaiUi of the 5000 bMk of 
Sullivan Blvd. is now reported in 
"g(fcd^b(>|«tflon for 0W!«!t1!!|t^ 
sin^ ^eiiacqident on M&ygped' 
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faniaia luiat aiju nooeri Wagner have fun in the sun. Ihe aca^ ra 
from Warner Bros." Technicolor and Panavision thrBler "Harper" 
due to open on Wednesday at the Beach Theatre. Paul Newman stars 
in the title |role of Lew Harper, a flatfoot with his feet on the gtoaaA. 
The exciting suspense film co-stars Miss Ti/fin, Wagner, Lauren 
iBacall, Julie Harris, Arthur Hill, Janet Leigh, Robert Webber and 
Shelley Winters. Jack Smight directed. 



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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, May 1 9, 1 966 




Lerner Shops Names Laterza 



KKIIARD &. ABSALMi r^t, wu presented with a commendation 
ftmm (he Vlrgiida Parale Board recentljr for his activities to promote 
fMi priUic KlaUoM for probation aad parole work fai Parole District 
line. wUch h composed of Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, a<d 
VMSMalh. AVtalim has heea eauweted wUh the Parole Board as 
a PrshaUan and Parole officer shice 195S. He has inlmarUy worked 
k Vh^ria Punch staKc UlEO. The award wai presented by W. E. 
1 Jr.. Chkf Pw hntloH «iad Parole Officer. 



LiOheran Kgarten 

LYNmUVEN-Gmmaouel Lu- 

theru IQndeiyuten is now ac- 
ceptiiig registration for the fall 
tenn. The kioder^gaiten is spon- 
wartA by ISmnumiei Lutheran 
Chorck. Lynn Shores Drive at Vir. 
pda Bead) Boulenrard, and will 
be the secood year that the churdi 
hat <9erated a schoid for five year 
M chfldren. 

Ihe Pvish Education Comnit- 
lee of the church has apfXHnted 
the teadiers for the fall temi 
which begins September 12. Mrs. 
FtanMin Rritdne will continue as 
director and Mrs. Walter Stefrfien. 
son and Mrs. Kenneth Price wi!l 
abo return as teadiers. 

The pn^am will be geared to 
preparing the ^dent far pubUc 
sdmd. Reading readiness, kinder- 
gartai modem math, kindergar- 
ten 9dcncc, mu^ and (diysical 
fitness will be part of the curricu- 
lum. 

A dqoing progfigoiiflEjBi^ t?*™ 
wfll be held on tWIMVof the 
chord) on May 19 (today) at 10:30 
a.in. The time will be class room 
activflies. 

Two field trips are planned be- 
fore this term ends on May "29. 
A visk will be made to the city 
too b Norfdk and a tour of the 
new \rir^nia Beadi library on 
Plaza Ttrail is jUamtei. 



Register For 
Oil Painting 



KEM'SmjJE — The \^rginia 
Beach Department of Partes and 
Recreation is now organizing a 
new class in oil painting at the 
activity center, 4400 Nike Site 
Road, in the Kempsville area of 
Virginia Beach. 

The first c^ass in the six wnek 
series began May 18 at 12:30 p.m. 
with Mrs. Ellen Noreom as in- 
structor. 

All persons who desire to reg- 
ister for the new oil painting class 
shculd call the Virginia Beach De- 
partment of Parks and Recreation 
oifice at 4fl7-74B4. 



Man Killed 

VIRGIiNiA EEACH - The D^ 
fense Dcoartment in Washington 
announced earHer this week that 
Pvt. All^ T. Wtieaton of Virginia 
Beach was killed in action in Viet 
Nam recently. 

Wheatfln was the husband of 
Mrs. Sarah W. Wheaton of the 800 
Ucdc of 19th Street. 



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rul tsWt «to labtcribes to I 
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the Natiaaal Association of Real 
Estate Boards. 



VIRGr?<iL\ BE.\OH - Paul F. 
Laterza has been named t^re 
manager for Lemer Shops in the 
PenrI>roke Mall Sxi(vii>g Center, 
it was announced by Stanley H. 
Kunsberg, chairman of the board. 
'Htis is a new store in the Lemer 
Shop» chain, which is the nation's 
largest q;>ecializing in women's Ic 
children's fashions. The Shops are 
famous for hlgh^led quality 
merchandise at popular prices. 

Laterza joined Lerner Shops in 
1960 as Credit Manager in the 
Great South Bay Shopping Center. 
Long Island, N.Y. In 1964 he was 
promoted to store manager and 
subsequently managed Lemer 
Shops located in Portsmouth and 
NcM-folk, where he currently re- 
sides. He is a past member of the 
Board of Directors of Southern 
topping Center and has been 
elected to t£ie same post at Pem- 
broke Mall. 



A ntaive of BeBport. N.Y., La- 
terza attended sdiooU in that city 
and Union Srvugs Academy in 
Union Springs, N.Y. He did tinan. 
cial and credit work with the 
Crowp'wFlnitnce C:»npany bef<xt> 
joiiunfLeraer Shops. 

The new PenobrcAe Mall Store 
c"ers wide merchandise selectian 
for misses, jtaiiors, petites, teens. 
ffiia and hoys- Cus^vner services 
include a CKdit Piaa with no 
down payment, Layanray Plan and 
a unique aervke by whidi aijy 
purchase made in the Pennft>roke 
Mali Lemer Shop msy be ex- 
changed or reRuxled at any of 
the Leraer Shops in the United 
States or Puerto Rico. 

Lemer Shops is a subsidiary of 
McCrory Coinporation which also 
consists of McCrory^McLellan- 
Green and OTASCCVEconomy 
Auto Stores. Its securities are 
traded on ^ American Stodi Ex- 
diange. 




Seoch Mnrnte i Nt^ Mismmtuy 

tumik. N. C;. imd r«c«lved (fe 

badielir <^ ikv'Mty degree in 
1961. From 1966 to 1999, he was 
a mi2K0nary to 0iile, doii^ s> 
dta work at Sn*eet llimorial In- 
stltDfLe in Simtiago. 



The Tri Ganuna sorarity of Coontry Day School was holding "Goat 
Day" when oar camera cwght them on 31st street during the evc- 
nfaig rvah boar of a rafaiy day last week. In Webster's clothing store. 
Carol tPrestoB and Anae WOsob, hooded with nylon stocUngs enough 
to foil 087! ... are enptared by SOihey (not Shirley) Parridi, who 
enjoys their anties. Tri Ganunas have another chapter at Virginia 
Bcadi High. (Photo by Cassandra) 



NEW vote - Hie tiiw. jW 
Mrs. Walter HVhRdnirst. hiria 
route NO. 1. Princess Aidte, Vir- 
^nia, win be oomkiissdoDed mii- 
toudes of The Mctho£at Church 
Sunday, May 22, at the AanHndale 
Methodist Church, Annandale, Vs- 
^a. 

The coaomifl^oning ceremory 
wiH be led by Bisbat) Walter C. 
Gum of tiie RichmoDd Methodist 
Area. The pastor of ^ cbtrch is 
tile Rev. Wuner A. BUHdtenbsdter. 

Mr. tad Mrs. Whi'lehurst wffl 
go to Ciille to work in ttie Fieki 
of (jmrcii devekrm^. Both have 
IMrevio«sly served as ^cial-tenm 
Methciist missiooarics oversees 
f(»- three years, he in diiile and 
At in Oit>a> 

Bom in Virginia Beach, Mr. 
Wbitehiirst attended Rands^lMa- 
con College, Ashland, Va., where 
he graduated in 1866 wttii a ba:ch- 
elor of arts de^ee. He studied at 
Duke University Divinity School, 



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Saace graduation from SemhMry, 
Vhitehurst has besQ pastor of 
Princess Aane JPuoa and 
Lym|i)uvien MethoiUst Cbut^hes in 
Vlr^iiia Beadi, 1961-4S, and asso- 
ciate pa^ d the Ainandale 
iMetbodist Church, 198^, He is 
a nriniiSitmal membo- of tile Vir- 
ghtia MeUwdist Cooference. 

Mt-s. Whitchurst was ^am in 
^erkel, Texas, and studied at Mc- 
Murry College, Abilene. Texas. 
She graduated in 1966 vnth a ba- 
cbek)r of arts idegree- From 1966 
to 1969, she was a mia^ttiary to 
(}ubia, doing rtiral oburch work 
and teadp^ at a Metho<Kst school 
in Oriente province. 

The Whitehursts have two sons, 
David, 3V4, and Bruce, IVi. 



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• LEGAL NOTICE 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach en the 12th day of May, 
1938. 

In JGhaocery 

TALA COBPOBATTON, 

Cofnplainant, 

V. 

OSOAR BLY (also known as AR- 
THUR BLY) and MADELINE 
BLY 

5629 Bryant Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

CORA BLY. unmarried 

1304 Chapel Street " 

Ncrfoik, Virginia 

L p. BLY 

G430 Newtown Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

LYDIA BLY WATFORD and 
JOHNNY WATFXJRD 

5629 Bryant Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

SOLOMON BLY, deceased 

LAURi.\ BLY, Widow 

1625 Lawrence Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 



RICHARD BLY (also known as 
RICHARD SUMNER), an infant 

1625 Lawrence Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 

M.\ll!DE BLY MORGAN, 
Deceased 

WTLIAM H. BLY (also known as 
WILLIAM BLY MORGAN) 

5S29 Brj'ant Read 

Virginia Beaoh. Virginia 

ROS.\ BLY HAMLIN, unmarried 

239 Virginia Beach Boulevard 

Norfolk, Virginia 

VIRGiIE JEAN MORG.\N SUM- 
NER 

1625 Lawrence Street 

Baltimore, Maryland, and if they 
be dead, their surviving spousss, 
heirs-at-law, devisees or assigns, 
except those named above, 
whose names are unknown, their 
respective lien creditors, if any, 
and all other persons, who are 
or may be interested in the 
property to be partitioned in 
these proceed'ings, alj.the said 
parties being hereby proceeded 
against by the general descrij>- 



LEGAL NOTICE 



t'on -vf "PARTES UNKNOWN," 
Defendants. 

order of Pabikation 

Tfce object cl this suit is to par- 
tition the hereinafter described 
real property in one of the modss 
prescribed by Izw, to adjudicate 
the fee simple owners of said 
property; said land bsing situate 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, and being more particularly 
described as folkxws, to^it: 

ALL that certain tract, piece 
or parcel of land, situate, lying 
and being in the Bayside Borough 
of the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, on Bryant Road, and baund. 
ed and described as follows: 

BEGINNiING at a pin on the 
south or west side of Bryant Road 
dividing the property herein de- 
scribed from that now or formerly 
of George Sparrow; thence from 
said point of beginning south 41° 
57'10" west 350.57 feet to a point; 
thence north 63° 12' 10" west 
148.40 feet to a pipe; thence north 
60° 46' 00" west 213.16 feet to a 



LEGAL NOtlCES 



pin; thence north 63° 12' 10" west 
3S2.66 feet to a pin on the north 
side of Bryant Road; thence along 
the right of way of Bryant Road 
the following courses "nd iistanc" 
es to the pfint of bej^ning; 
thence north 66° 55' 30" east 103.6B 
feet to a point; t'jence north 61° 
32' 50" east 480.0 feet to a point; 
thence south 60° 10' 40" east 33.44 
feet to a point; thence south 40° 
15' east 396.23 feet to a pin in the 
right of way of Bryant Road, the 
point of beginning. 

An affidavit having been made 
that the foBowiing defendants* are. 
non-resklents of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia, and that their 
last known post office addresses 
are as foltows: Laura Bly, 1625 
Lawrence Street, Baltimore, Mary- 
land; Richard Bly (a-k-a Richard 
Sumner), 1625 Lawrence Street, 
Baltimore, Maryland, and Virgie 
Jean Morgan Sumner, 1625 Law- 
rence Street, Bajtimare, Mary- 
land,, or if they be not living, 
their heirs, or any other per=>cns 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

who may have an interest in this 
matter. 

IT !(S ORDERED that the above 
juuned persons who are, or may 
be, intCTested in the froperty to 
be partitioned in these procsedinjfs 
appear withm ten (16) days aifter 
the pii>lication of this order to do 
what may be necessary to protect 
their respective interest. 

IT 19 FURTHER ORDERED 

that a ccpy of chis Oirder bs post- 
ed on the front of the Courthouse 
of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, not less 
than ten (l(p--d?y3 bsfcre apiplica- 
tion for thejFai^inbnent of a Com- 
missioner is nriade herein, and t'le 
copies of this Order be at the 
same time mailed to the ironnresi- 
dent defendants at the Post Of- 
fice Address appearing in the aif- 
fidavit. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that the above portion of this Or- 
der be pufc\lished once a week for 
four successive weeks in the. Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a newspaper 




FOR ONLY $4.60 PER MONTH YOU GET IMPORTANT 
HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL BENEFITS 



MEDICARE 



nifivate rborfi, special diet, general nursing, 
neassary inpatient services for 90 days per 
lea ' 

U ipuST PAY-first $40 of hospital charges] 

—$10 per day, 61st— 90th day 
idicire does not cover care beyond 90th dayj 
KJJci re ^s not cover care outside U. S. 

T IJOSPITAL DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES 

% payment foa; Ojadnostic X-ray ^jabpra*, 
provided during '20'-day period 

lU f UST PAY-first $20 of hospital chargesf 
—20% of the charges 



BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD 65 EXTENDED 




' PAYS IN FULL first $40 of hospital charge- 
$10 per day, 61st— 90th day 

Benefits shown at right 
Benefits shown at right 



PLUS LIFETIME BENEFITS UP TO $10,000 



Payment will be made for 80% of reasonable charges 
for the following services to the extent not covered by 
Medicare. You must, however, assume responsibility for 
the first $100 of such charges during each calendar year. 



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does not cover 






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C7VE SERVICES 

> to'lOO days in qualified facility after mini 
hospital stay (January 1, 1967) 

tU IIIUST PAY-$5 per day, 21st-100th day 

LTlj. SERVICES 

100|visits per year by nurse or qualified per- 

r minimum 3-day hospital stay 

IC^OSPITAL CARE 

iximum of 190 days In qualified facility 

3SI8: INSTITUTIONAL CARE 

if Sd days per "spell of illness" In qualified 



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;• SERVICES, OTHER MEDICAL SERVICES 
%Df reasonable charges for physicians' ser- 
lOO home health visits per year, diagnostic 
' on radium treatments, certain ambulance 
ttgen equipment rental, braces, artificial limbs, 
levioes 



)PAYS IN FULL first $20 of hospital charges 
20% qf the charges 

' PAYS IN FULL treatment of accjdental injury 

minor surgery in outpatient facility 
emergency medical treatment 
therapy of all types Including 
X-ray and radiation therapy 



} PAYS IN FULL $5 per day, 21st-100th day 

Not covered 
Not covered 
Not covered 



m MUST PAY-flrst $50 per calendar year 
' J —balance of charges 

Sf^AL PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES 

(250 during calendar year, or 50% of charges, 

s smaller 




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care beyond 90th day 
care anywhere in the world 
semi-private room and board 
special diet 

general nursing services 
operating room services 
recovery room services 
anesthetics and their administration 
X-ray 

diagnostic laboratory procedures 
radiation therapy 
oxygen and its administration 
drugs and medicines used fn hospital 
dressings and casts used in hospital 
electrocardiograms 
electroencephalograms 
basal metatioljsm tests 



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physicians' office services 

physicians' home services ' 

physicians' hospital services 

services of qualified professional 

physical therapists 

rental of wheel chair 

rental of iron lung 

rental of other durable equipment 

professional ambulance service used 

locally 

orthopedic braces 

crutches 

prosthetic appliances 

casts 



BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD SUB- 

I 

) need for you to complete this application 
FENDED. If you are 65 or over, you will 
II information regarding your VHSA and 
e Cross and Blue Shield coverage in the 
lere you work. If you do not receive such 
fi within 30 days, you should contact your 
Cross-ond Blue Shield office, or your 
ninistrator. 



EXCLUSIONS 

This program does not include: benefits provided 
by or available under Medicare Part A and Part B; 
services or supplies provided by or available 
under any plan or program providing benefits or 
services for hospital or physicians' care or treat- 
ment; benefits provided under Federal, State, or 
local laws, including Workmen's Compensation, 
or by virtue of employment; dental care, unless 
made necessary by accidental bodily injury oc- 
curring while subscriber is enrolled; eye glasses 
and hearing aids; travel; private room charge 
above most prevalent semi-private room rate; 
care for nervous, mental, or tubercular condi- 
tions; blood; prescription drugs, except those ad- 
ministered while a hospital or extended care fa- 
cility inpatient; private duty nursing; and sur* 
gery for cosmetic purposes. 



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WAITING PERIOD 

Benefits for pre-existing conditions and elective 
surgery are available only after your Blue Cross 
and Blue Shield 65 Extended Contract has been 
in effect for six months. However, this waiting 
period will be waived if you were enrolled in 
Blue Cross or Blue Shield immediately prior to 
the effective date of your 65 Extended Contract. 



SPELL OF ILLNESS 

A "spell of illness" begins on the first day you 
receive covered services as a patient in a hos- 
pital or extended care facility. It ends after you 
have been out of a hospital or extended care 
facility for 60 consecutive days. You may be dis- 
charged and readmitted several times during a 
spell of illness, but a new spell of illness cannot 
begin until you have been out of a hospital or 
extended care facility for 60 consecutive days. 



BLUE CROSS ZIBLUE SHIELD 



(BB VfrfW« Beach Bfloterai^ 



9. 



Norfolk, Virgiida 23501 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

x'blished in the City of Virginia 
5<>ach. Virginia. 

Teste- 

JO.jN V. FTENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis FrUit, D.C. 
Allen J. Gordon, p.q. 
4a;ia E. Indian River Road 
Chesepeake, Virginia 

5-194t 

NOTICE J 

Virginia: 

Tiie regular meeting of the Coun. 
cil of the City of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Circuit Court 
on Monday, May 23, 1966 at 10 
D'clock a.m. at which time per- 
sons will be heard for and against 
the following proposed change of 
zoning: 

1. Application of the Princess 
Anne Telephone Company by Kel- 
1am and Kellam, Attorneys, for a 
change of zoning from Agricultur- 
al District (A-R) to Limited Com- 
mercial District 1 (C-L. ) of a por- 
tion of Lot 11, Court House Acres, 
said property fronting 135 feet 
more or less on the North side of 
Court House Drive, fronting 200 
feet more or less on the Eist side 
of Court House Drive, a distance 
of 140 feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, a distance 
of 200 feet more or less along the 
Eastern pr<^rty line. Princess 
Anne Borough. 

John V. Fentress, City Clerk. 
5-12-2t 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
Beach, on the 2nd day of May, 
1966. 

UINDA KA YBRILL, Inft., 
Plaintiff, 
against 

DANIEL W. BRILL, Defendant. 
Order of Publicaiion 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii, from the 
said defendant upon the grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 



REALTOR 
WEEK 

MAY 88 -Sa 



SEE A REALTOR! 

REALTOR®: A profestlanal in 
real estate who subscribes te a 
strict Cede of Ethics as a mem- 
ber ef the local beard and of 
the National Association of Real 
Estate Beards. 

Jard Realty . 

IMO 25th Street 

Phone 428-«666 

"Isn't Virginia Be^h a wonderful 
city?" 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, May 19, 1966 

Page 5-B 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

fice address being: 696 Wooster, 
North Barberton, Ohio, it is or- 
dered that be do appear here with- 
in ten (10) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk. 

By: Mary M. WhitC; D.C. 
Theodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-12-4t 



Beach Man 
Promoted 



NORFOLK — Tlie Board of Di- 
rectors of Seaboard Citizens Na- 
tional Bank, at its regular meeit- 
ing elevated Jerry H. Moore to 
Assistant Vke President and Law- 
rence M. Bailey, to the post of 
Bank Auditor. 

Moore, an army veteran, was 
employed for toi years with other 
area banks prior to joining the 
Seaboard stai^ in 1962. He is active 
Ha civic alfairs and currently 
serves as president of the Tide- 
water Chapter of National Asso- 
ciation of Baric Auditors and 
ComctroUers. With his new title, 
Moore will assume additional re- 
sponsibilities in the general Oper- 
ations Division of the bank. 

fialey came with Seaboard in 
1983 from another local financial 
institution where he had been em- 
ployed for five years. A Navy 
veteran, he completed Accounting 
and Business Administration 
courses in the United States Arm- 
ed Forces Institute and holds a 
graduate certificate from the Na- 
tional Association of Bank Audi- 
tors and Comptrollers School at 
Northwestern University. 



Beach Man 
Gets Bronze 
Star Award 



. FT, EUSnS - Two Bronze Star 
Medals for service in Vietnam 
were highlights of the banor guard 
ceremony heW Friday at FL. Eu3. 
tii in front of Heiiman Hall, head- 
quarters building. 

The awards were presented to 
Capt. William W. Propst and CWO 
Richard L. Eskey, for "outstand- 
ii^ meritorious service in oannec- 
tion with ground operations 
against a hostile force in the Re- 
pii>tic of Vietnam for initiative, 
zeal, sound judgement and devo- 
tion to duty have been in the high- 
est tfadHion of the United States 
Army. . ." CWO Eskey is the 
son of Mrs. Miriam Cathey of 
Lookout Road in Viriginia Beach, 
and is a ^aduate of I*rki:ess 
Anne High School. Captain Propst 
is frcm West Virginia. 

Other awards included: the fifth 
through sixteenth Ocdc Leaf Clus- 
ters to the Air Medal to Spec. 4 
Donald J. Best; the Air Medal 
with first through Tith Oak Leaf 
/Clusters, to Spec. 4 James A. Fra- 
meli; the third and fourf 
Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal to^ 
Spec. 4 Gerald A. Straccia; the 
Air Medal to Soec. 4 John R. 
Gates and First Oak Leaf Cluster 
and Army Commendation Medal 
to Sgt. I.e. Mack Johnson. Army 
Commendation Medals went to 
Maj. Harold E. Cook; Sgt. I.e. Ira 
L. Dickey; Sgt. I.e. Braxton W. 
Mitchell Jr.; Staff Sgt. Eddie E. 
Bruiiii; Staff Sgt. Marion Mitchell; 
St£Lf Sgt. Ramon Flores; Staff 
Sgt. Rclbert G. Slight; and Sgt. 
CUrence Cox Jr. 




"MR. BAYSIDE" ... is Clark Fleming, according to the Ocean 
Park Woman'i Chib which honored him at the annual meetfaig last 
week. Mn. David Graham, outgobig president, presented him with 
a scroll which read, "lliis Is hi recognition of Mr. Clark Flemtaig. 
He is held h the highest regard for providbig water to the residents 
of Bayiide." The second award, a statuette of a Glri Scout figure, 
was presented by Mrs. George Lyon hi jrecognltlon of his help as a 
sponsor of the many projects of the h>cal g^rl scout troop. (Photo by 
Cassandra) 



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C/M&LH^^yt' 




What makes a man smile? Lots of diflferent things. For Charlie Hays... 
it's relaxing after a good swim. Or a good game of golf. Or looking 
forward to the weekend with his wife, Ellie, and their three kids. 

Politics are his first love and he's active in the Young Democratic Qub. 
The Naval Reserve. The Northside Rotar>', The Knights of Columbus, and 
the Bonny Memorial Scholarship Fund form his interests. 

Charlie works for a living at Seaboard Bank as an Assistant Vice President 
and Manager of the Little Creek Oifice. He works hard. And likes it 
You'll find lots of men like him at Seaboard. Men that seem to have a 
unique talent for banking . . .and for living. Charlie Hays is the kkld 
of man you'd Uke to know. .We hope you wilL Sooo. 

By the way, i^ou're thinking abo<A a loan for any worthwhOe rMaoo... 
and ymi'ft in the Little Otdk neighhwhood . . .pk»se atcqp by and 
introduce yourself to Chailie. He'll be glad to help yoii. 



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VlfglnlaftMch SUN, Thursday, May 19, 1966 



*» tte Oafs Office of the Qr- 
«Gtet of the City of Virginia 
■■"^ en the nth day of May, 



«l: 



IN 1HE MATTim OF: 

*«*cattoB of WiiteaCTe. Inc. 
to.tte Qoramonweakh of Virginia 
wf •» pwchase of L(rts 27 and 
^••_taBtock S7; Lots 33 and K. 
iafilo^ 42; "Lots 5 and 7. in Block 
*^ M^p of Shadow Lawn Heights. 
«««»«te<I ni Map Book 7* at Page 
*4; and Lots 9 and lO in Block 
J*. Plrt of Rridgecrest, recorded 
tn Map Book 7. at P^e lOl. 
, <Mer of Publicatioa 
J. P. Hielps and Maud L 
httband and vtVe lalsn 
as J. P. and Maude L 
I), Mrs. S. B. Dryden; A]- 
*» V. Doder: Ami C. Davenport 
<d|> known as Anne C. Daven- 

"VoD are hereby notified that 
<*) AH those certain lots, piece 
«• pHt!ds of Hand, located and sit- 
uated in the Virginia Beach Bor 
W|^. City (rf Virginia Beach. Vir- 
ion, and being known, number- 
ed and designated as Lots 27 and 
». in Block 37; Lots 33 and K, 
to Mock C; and Lots 5 and 7, in 
Mock ee. on the plat entitled 
"Map of Shadow Lawn Heights." 
made by JcAn M. Baldwin, C^E . 
and <Uy recofded in theQerks 
Office <rf the Circuit Court of Vir- 
ginia Beadi, Virginia, in Map 
, Bode 7. at Page 14; reference to 
|«*ich fJat is hereby made for a 
mtwe particular description of said 
lots: and 

(b) AH those certain lots, pieces 
or parcels of land located and 
atnated in the Virginia Beach' 
Borou^, Citv of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and being known, num- 
bwed and designated as Lots 9 
and 10. in Mock M9. on the map 
entitled "Plat of Ridgecrest," 
property of Virginia Beach Realty 
Cwporation. made by Clodfelder 
and ScMaier, Engrs.. which map 
is Ally recorded in the aforesaid 
Clot's Office in Map Book 7. at 
Page IW; referfflice to which plat 
is hereby made for a more par- 
tk:uiar descr^cui of said lots, 
were sold on the 5th day of De- 
cemba*, IMB for delinquent taxes, 
levies, intere^ and costs to the 
Cunnwnwei^ of Virginia and ap- 
plication far ^ purchase thereof 
has beet filedJA^bt^i^fice. And 
't appear!]^ n-om the records in 
ttns olTice that you are interested 
In sasA land, you are birther noti- 
fied to appear m f«ir montiis 
from ttojjdate of this notice and 
do «4iaf May be necessary to pro- 
teot your interests. 

GiVEN undo- my haoA this Uth 
dqr of May. 1966. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. raNTMESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. WWte. DC. 
Kelani and Kdlam 
115 N. Haza Trail 
i^rginia Beach Virginia 

5-lMt 

CfMOIONWEALTH OF VIRGINU 

In the caerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court (tf the City of Virginia 
Beach, <hi the 19th day of AjhiI, 
1986. 

DAiaE?® FU^ELL, Plaintiff, 
against 
' WHiilAM ROY FUSSELL. De- 
fendant. 

(CMer «f PuUkattoB 

mie object of this suit is to ob^ 
tain a ^i^rce a vinculo matri- 
mooii from the said defendant. 
upeo the grounds of 2 years coo- 
timious separation (Amended B^ 
of Complainant). 

And an affidavit ha%'ing been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a noo-resideirt of the State of 
Virgima, the last knoH-n post of- 
fke address being: Dothan. .Ala- 
bama, it is (Mxlered that he do 
a^ipear here witiiin ten (10) days 
after doe piidication hereof, md 
do what ma^ be necessary to pro- 
ted his ffila«9t in this suit. 

A copB^Teste: 

JOHN V. FENniESS, Oert 



By: Mary M. White. DC. 
Brydges & Broyles, p.q. 
1369 Lakin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



4-2Mt 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court d the Oty of Virginia 
Beach, on the 9th day of May, 
I 1866. 

j PEGGY LOU ROeS, Plaintiff, 
I again.st 
I DO\.\LD E. RO^, Defendant. 

. Order of Publication 
, The object of this suit is 40 ob- 
! lain a divorce a mensa et thoro. 
, tn be in due time merged into a 
I divorce a vinculo matrimonii from 
j the said defendant upon the 
j grounds of desertion and abandon- 
ment on the pari of the defendant 
on February 1st. 1966. which said 
desertiCTi and abandonment has 
been continuous and uninterrupted, 
and without cohabitation, and 
which was without ju.st cause. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice ad(kess being: 1220 N. W. 1st 
Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 
it is ordered that he do appear 
here within 10 (ten> days after 
due pdblication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
his interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN v. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fiuit. D.C. 
Messrs. Bashara & Hubbaitl. 

Attys., p.q. 
Board of Trade Buikling 
Norfolk, Virginia 

5-124t 



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COMMUNITIES 



BAPTIST 



CHRISTIAN 



COMMUNITY 



JEWISH 



BKTHEL METHOniST CHCBCH 

Prini'SM Anne 
Roy R. JiU'kson. Pastor 



TAfiERNACLB M1STH0DI8T CRVKCH 

PrinoeBB Anne, Virginia 
/ Robert H. Gamer. Minliiter 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINL\ 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 5th day of May, 
1966. 

VELMA CUFFEE EVANS, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

RUDOLPH EVANS. Defendairt. 
Order nrf Pnblication 

TTie object (A this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds (A s^aration for 
more than two years. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, tlie last known post of- 
fice address being: 609 North Pop- 
lar Street, Champaign, Illinois, it 
is ordered that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publicatiofl hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 
Brydges. Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road ' 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-124t 



REALTOR 
WEEK 

MAY as - SB 



SEE A REALTOR! 

REALTOR'^: k professional in 
real estate who subscribes to a 
strict Code of Ethics as a mem- 
ber of the local bovd and of 
the National Association of Real 
Estate Boards. 



Whitehurst Realty 

1679 t^askin at Hilltop 
Phone 42»«886 




AUTO AIR CONDtTIONBt 

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fntm% Start At $225.00, Installed 

Can 

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Phone 625-1671 
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AKAt.ONX Btl'TIHT CHIRCH 

\i,* .Mi-i'liiii: In l,iiiii.<i' l.ijxfiiril 
KictJiilll:ir>' S'hool 

.N. r. ciitioii. I'.iPtor 



BAYMIIIIC IJAI'TI.ST (IU'ROH 

HHil I'li-HMurc House Kd. 
J.inics V. LifKoe. Paetor 



R.tYHinK CHRISTIAN fill WH 

(Coiitfrf-ifutiinjal; 
Shor« I>rive ami (iri-t-iiwtll Kiiad 

Karl L. Kairrll. .Miiii»lHr 
DUMOND NPKINliS ( HKISTI.AN 

niriu'H 

DiwijiltiS of t'hriBt 

07OO W. Uaaeii Kua/1 

0. David Slir(«vc», factor 



I.VNNMAVEN rOIJINV IMTKir 
, (IHIKU 

(('i)iiirri's.'atiiiiial I'hri^'tiaii) 

Ore.-it .N'i'ik Hil, iic.ir Sliorr Drive 

The J(cv. Tho. H. Itritlon 



TKMPLK KM.\M\I, 

-'.'illi .liiil B.illir. Va.. bcarh 
i'liilip l*iiioiii4, UaU)>i 



0H.4R1TY MRTirODIST CHITI^CB 

Back Bay, VirKinia 
Leslie K, Oraif. Miiiislcr 



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lALIA HETHODIf^T rHIIRCH 

Pine Ave. and Va. Ut-acb Blvd. 

William L. Aslipr. l'a«l<)r 



BKKIII.AWN BAPTIST rHlRCH 

Hill and Me<l. Avenue 
GiorBi' WdIIcU. Jr.. MiniHler 



BIBI.K BAPTIST CHrRCH 

fireenwi-U Ril. ,ind Lakevlew Dr. 

Bayftide. Va. 

Rer. David JJIoore. PaBtor 



BLA(KWATKR IrAPTIST CHmCH 

Riv. Ralph L. Horn 



BL'BtRBAN CHKIHTIAN (HI KCH 

111 Lotiourh Aven'if 
Kev. J. Frederiik Parker 

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CHURCH OF CHRIST 



CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1400 Va. Bea<h Blvd. Ot-ana 
Roy N. Wilson. Minister 



OCEAN PARK CO.'MMLNITV 
CHIRt'H 

DitT'ont Cirrlc, Haynidi-, Va. 
Paul E, Mi-(,'ullous.'h, Th..M. 



LUTHERAN 



COM.MITNITV MRTHODIST rHIIRCH 

Aoredale — Kempaville 
R«Jv. John L. Klbler, Jr. 



SALEM MRTHODIST CHmCH 

Prlncegg Anne. Vimrinia 
Emory S. Ellmore, MiniHler 



VIK(ilNIA BEACH COM. Ml MITT 
CHAPEL 

Laskin Rd., Linkhom Bay 
Rev. Kii hard Woodward, Pastor 



EPISCOPAL 



EASTERN SHORE CHAPEL, 

B. Sidney Sanders. Keilor 



EMAMAL LCTHERAN CHI RCH 

Lynn Shore Drive at Virifinia Beach 
Kenneth A. Price. Pastor 



POUNDRV METHODIST CHURCH 

Va. Beach Blvd., Lynnhaven 
William H. Aco«ta, Minister 



EVANiiELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 
UF THE GOUD SHEPHERD 

14x9 Laskin Road 
Rev, DickBon W. Taylor 



FRANCIS ASBURY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Great Np<k Road 
LeRoy Davis, Mlnliter 



OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAH 
CHURCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayslde 
Kennolh R. Carbauifh, Pastor 



HAYOOOD MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

4713 Hayifood Road 
Robert P. Bryan, Paator 



CARROW BAPTIST CHURCH 

Rev. Gary B. Thompson 



KALA CHl'K(H OF CHRIST 

Creeds. Virginia Hea<h. Virt-iiiia 
W, T. Weaver, Minister 



EM MAM EL EPIS( Oi'.>L ( HIKCll 

'Z'M ligwniiin Kuiid 
Kev. Leonard R. Graves, Jr. 



CORNERSTONE BAPTIST 

((uhHcrvalive Baotlst) 

Rev. Parker Younir 
~ 2'.i0 Red Tide Road 



OCEANA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1400 Virginia Bea«h Blvd. 
Roy Wilson, Pastor 



FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH . 

6HIK Va. Beach Blvd., Norfolk 
Kre<l M. Fariss. Pastor 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

410 (ilenrock Road, Norfolk 
Kev. Charles T. Hendri«'k«, 



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FIRST BAPTIST CHI 

.•1.5th St, at Holly Rd 
H. Wadell Waters, Pastor 



FIRST COLONIAL BAPTIST CHURCH 

Ueiirtre T. Stallinns, Pastor 



FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oceaiia Boulevard 
T. J. Tnirle. Pastor " 



PE.MBROKE MANOR UNITED 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

(ConerttgationiU Christian) 

Meetinjrs in Pembroke Manor 

Elementary S<'hool 

Rev. Carl T. Daye 



CHURCH OF GOD 



ASSEMBLY OF OOD 

Viririnia Beach Boulevard 

P'.ast Lane — Cejuia 

Rei . Samuel D. Bieler, Jr. 

CHURCH OF (iOII 

B20 14th Street 

Bobby H. Sams. Pastor 



GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

40th uiul Paoifio 
Tlie Rev, Eilmimd Berktley, Reiftor 



OLD IWNATION EPIS((H'AL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duck Road, Bayside 



ST. AIDEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

King's Grant Rdl and Edinburir Drive 
Rev. L. J. Taylor, Jr„ Vicar 



PRINCE OF PHA( E LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 Kinjr's Grant Road 

Rev. J. £ln>«r Medley, Ptastor 



NAZARENE 



OCEiVNA CHIRCH OF THE 
NAZARENE 

S. Court House Rd., Oceans 
Paul R. Aidrich, Pastor 



KKfOTTS ISLAND METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Knotts Island, N. C. 
Robert C. Bli«k, Minister 



I^DKIBS METHODIST CHURCH 

6600 Viririnia Beach Blvd. 
Rev. C. Katon Qray 



VIRGINIA BEACit METHODIST 
CHURCH 

207 18th Street 
Rev. Beverly Felty 

PENTECOSTAL 



PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 

l&th St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elwood Hem, Pastor 



PRESBYTERIAN 



BAYSIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Naar Bobbins Corner 
Reiv. J. £. Johnson, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN METHODIST CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
Rev, Oscar V. Rodriguex 



BOW CREEK PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Rosemont Road and Plata Trail 
Wentz J. Miller. Minister 



ST. FRANCIS' EPLSCOPAL CHURCH 

500 Kosemont Roail 
Tlie Rev. Clayton E. CriKsfer, Vi<ar 



METHODIST 



NIMMO METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virginia 
Emory 8. Ellmore, Minister 

PLAZA METHODIST CHURCH 

208 Plaza Trail 
Herbert G. Hubbs, Pastor 



CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

First St., Qlenrock. Norfolk 
E. Crowell Cooley, Pastor 



CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

1300 Aragona Boulevard 
M. Bland Dudley, Minister 




BAYLAKE MBTHODIHT (HI RCH 

Shijie Dr. at Trea-^JUre Island Dr. 

In Bayside 

Raymund E. Miisser, Minister 



SCOTT MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

40B First Colonial Road 
Rev, H. Wiirk Curry, Pastor 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Pa«-ific Ave, at ;i()th St. 
John 8. Lyies, Pastor 



REK( I' GKOVE METHIkOIST CHURCH 

PriiH'Css Anne 
loi- B. JiuUson. Pastoi* 



ST. MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Ooeana 
Rev. D. P. Felton, Pastor 



KEMPSVILLR PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

620 Kempsville Road 
J. L, Coppofk, Pastor 



KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 

7720 Prinft'RB Anne Rd. 
Charles H, Jones. Pastor 



KING'S ORANT BAPTIST CHAPEL 

Meeliitif In Kingston Elementary School 
W. Glenn Tallant, Pastor 



MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

L. Warren Cha«e, Pastor 




OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Back Bay, Virginia 
Alvin St. Clair, Pastor 



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KINGS GRANT PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

(Now meeting in the King's Grant Ele- 
mentary School) 

Raymond C. Flitton, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURC^H 

Lynnhaven Village 
Rev. Marlon B. Webb. Jr. 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

141,5 0<i-ana Blvd. 
T. J. Tingle, Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA BAP-nST 
CHURCH 

24.'> Rosemont Road 
Rev. Melvin Hughes, Pastor 



ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST CHURCH 

Prim'ps^ Anne Cciurt House 
R<!V. Bruce B. Perkins, Pastor 



LONDON BKIIKiE BAPTIST CHURCH 

London Bridge. Virginia 
G. Edward Hughes, Pastor 



THALIA LYNN BAPTIST CHIRCH 

Va. Beach Blvd. adjoining Princess 

High S<'hool 

Rev. Robert N. Wallaoe 



BRETHREN 



GRACE BRETHREN CHURCH 

Great .Ne.k at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrington, Pastor 



WALKER REALTY CORP. 

Branch Office 
S277 VIRGINU BEACH BLVD. 
Adjaceot To Princess Ana Plaza 

WE SELL, BUY, RENT k TRADE 

TELEPHONE 3404121 



**Let this mind he in you, which was also in Christ Jesus** 

— PMlippians 2:5 



Have you ever given thou^t 
to the expression which points 
out that "what you think yott 
are"? 

Think happy thoughts and 
your attitude toward Uf e is cer- 
tain to be brighter and cheer- 
ful. Look for gloom and you 
\dll find it. 

It follows that our life be- 
comes enriched when we turn 
our thoughts to God, when we 
keep in mind the high example 
of the dedicated life of Christ 
upon earth. 

Keep God in your life, every 
day. s 



THALIA TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

420 Tlialia Road 
Sidney D. Crane, Minister 



WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

John B. Dey Eleni. Scl 1 

J. Stanton Blain. Pastor 




ROMAN CATHOLIC 



STAR OF THE SEA CATHOLIC 
CHURCH 

14th 8t, and Arctic Circle 
Rev. Francis V. Bam brick 



ST. GRE(iORV THE (iKEAT 
CATHOLIC CnVRCH 

7'.J71 Virtrinia Beach Blvd. 

Rev. Flavian Ycllnko, fl,S.B. 

Kev. Paschal Knelp, O.S.B. 



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ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHU.^c'- 

1010 Siindra Lane, Va, Beach 
Father O'Hara, Father Fiiullay 



ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHIRCH 

(144 Little Nwk Roiul 
Rev. Thomas M. Sunmiers 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 




CONTACT 

ALORIDGE I CHAMBIRS, INC. 

EXTERMINATORS 

About lk«ir CompUu p„t Ceatrol Sarvic*, 

PHONE 340.«262 

- mm 

"Wc Get The Best Of Pests" 



Read your BIBLE daily 

and 

GO TO CHURCH 

SUNDAY 



FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. 
SCIENTIST 

' 2011 -MUh Street 



LARASAN 

REALTY & INSURANCE CORPS. 
S401 Va. Beach Blvd. — Vbme 340-3030 

"Remembo' The Man From Larasan" 



ROSEWOOD MEMORIAL PARK, INC. 

CEMETERY 

PRINCESS ANNE MEMORIAL PARK 

CEMETERY 
FOR INFORMATION CALL GY 7-892S 



WHITEHURST REALTY COMPANY 

LASKIN ROAD AT HILLTOP 

PEAL ESTATE — INSURANCE 

SALES & RENTALS 

TELEPHONE 428-6886 

The Key To Better Liviiix 



>CEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY 
1737 Virginia beach boulevard 

Phone 428-3246 

Virgliiia Beach, Virginia 23453 

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 



KELLAM-EATON INSURANCE CO. 

3111 Pacific At*. — Telephoa* GA 8-9161 
2406 B. Princess Anna Rd. Dial 426-5606 
Real Estate — Rnt^ — 



SEASIDE MARKET 

We DeUver 

Telephone 428-9313 

23r<l Street Virginia Beach 



FLOWERS 
HERBERT HARRELL FLORIST 

PHONE 428-8731 



PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING « 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS, Inc. 

2 Locations To Serve You 

Radio Dispatched Trnckf 

431 Viriinia Beach Blvd. — Dial 428-1660 

Princess Anne Station — Dial 426-6216 



BRINKLEY'S SHELL SERVICE 

"FHeadly «'«rTke pia QnHty ProdM^ 

3]rt Street and Baltk Atcum 

Telephone GA 8-4232 Virfinia Beach 



MAESTAS FUNERAL HOME 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 
PHONE 428-6121 



MURDEN DRUG CO., Inc. 

Prompt - Efficient Prescriptiok Serrice 

Phone 340-8 1 1 1 2264 Va. Beach Blvd. 

FREE DELIVERY 



The "CONVERSE" Tennis Oxford For Men 
and Boys Is Available At 

HIRSCHLER'S SHOES 

Aragona SVoppIng Center 
4848 Virginia Beach Blvd. 



BE-LO SUPERMARKET 
f 4Mdoa M^fe. Va. MBi 

^tb Street A Arctic Awmm 
Vtrgtab 




Your Shopping Center 



CAVALIER GARAGE 

J0HN1VY DUDLEY " 

DirectlT Behind HoM 

iBdeDcndendy Ooeratad 
Holly Read * Cavalier Dr. — 428-2131 



OCEANA CURB MARKET 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Coantry Cared Bacon, Hams it Shonldam 

Fresh Fmits, Vegetablea. 

Groceries * Meata 



W. A. WOOD, Inc. 

CeHBlaM* AgeBl 
H««Ue Oa A Refiaiag C*. 
WwA Oil and SeroMZM 
DUI GAS.33M 



FLOYD T. DEARY CO. 

1636 INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD 

VIRGINIA BEACn. VIRGINU 2301 

ALL TYFES WflDJNG 

INDl^I^IAL MACHINSTS Phew 42»4a<l 



F. S. McCoy 



MeCOY OIL COMPANY 



Bo^et Pajmert Pbui — 
SM VkgWa Beadi Bhrd. 



— Fnel 01 
Va. Beach, Va. 



PRESTON SHELTON 

Cl^TOM BUIU)ING 

Vk^ita Beai^ Va. 



V- 



• LIGAL NOTICES 

SPEtlAL ofcwMlSSIONERS' 
^E pF raOPERTY 

Wumb'-Tcd f!28 Cnat |;e;* •'.Dad. 
H'jr^lii'a f«ach, tirglaia 

I Pufsuanit to the tercns cf ths 
d-trree entered in the Circuit Cr.urt 
of the City af Virginia Beach oa 
April 8, 19E6, in the suit of Jack 
Lee Ck!n:;b3 et als, Cxri-binant, 
V. Larry Coahs et als, Defend- 
ants, therein rending, the under- 
signed wiQ offer for sale, subject 
tc confirmation by t!ie Court, at 
public auction, for cash, on Fri- 
day, May 27, 1963, at 10:00 o'clock 
a.m., Daylight Saving Time, on 
the frant strips of tne Circuit C-urt 
of the City of Virginia Bea-:".i, Vir- 
ginia, the follcwicg descrJoed 
property, to-wit: 

All flwse two certain lots, tract?, 
pieces or parcels of land, situate, 
lying and being in what was for- 
merly Lynnhaven Magisterial Dis- 
trict, Princess Anne County, Vir- 
ginia, now Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, being known, numlbered and 
designated as Lots Numbers 9 aoKJ 
10 as shown on the plat of Lynn- 
haven Park, which plat is duly re- 
corded in the Clertc's Office of the 
Circuit Court of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, formerly Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, in Map Book 22 
at page 78, to wthich plat reference 
is herdby nvade for a more psr- 
ticu'lar description of the afore- 
mentioned lots. 

The building on the aibove prop. 
erty is numbered 2228 Great Neck 
Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia. A 
deposit of $200.00 will be required 
from successful bidder, and set- 
tlement to be made within fifteen 
(15) days from the date of the 
confirmation of sale. 

FREDERICK G. SWINK, 
Special Commissioner 

HERMu'^N A. S.\CKS, 
Special Commissioner 
1 hereby certify that the bond 
required in the above decree has 
be«i duly given. 

JOHN V, FENTRESS. Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

5-19-2t 

COMMO^WEALTH OF VIRGLMA 

Iji the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on tlie 29th day of April, 
1966. 

RONALD JOSEI^H HEITZM\N, 
Plaintiff, - ■: 

against 

NANCY LEE HEI'rZSVL\N, 

^)efendant. 

" Order of 'PubUcatim 

Tile object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divtJrce a vinculo matri- 
monii ir6rn the said defendant, 
upon the grounds ot desation last, 
ing for a period of more than 
one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the Stale d 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: Apartment 708, 
601 O'Farrell Street, San P'rancis- 
co, California, it is ordered that 
she do appear here within ten (10) 
days after due pubiicalion hercjf, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 

A copy— T*ste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk. 

By: J. Curtis Frui\, DC. 
Theodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
105 Plaza Trail— North 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-5-41 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



Upon the grounds of two-year sep- 
aration. 

And an affdavit having been 
made and filed that the defcndajit 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last kncwn post of- 
fice addreiss being: 3924 Ebnerton 
Avenue, -c/o Helen Smith, Harris- 
burg, Pennsylvania, it is ordered 
that she do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due publlga- 
tlon hereof, and do what may b» 
necessary to protect her interest 
in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Caton & Wright, p.q. 
Edward T. Caton III 
2506 Pacific Avenue 
Virgjiia Beach, Virginia 

4-2IMt 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, May 19, 1966 



Page 7-B 



31 Building — Repairing 



Nonci^! 

Contractors & Home Builders- 
Let us help you with that new 
home — additions — or repairs. 
We can furnish materials from 
basement to attic and aid you in 
financing. 
Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 
(1) 4264i661 
426-3'/50 

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EMPLOYMENT 

40 i^elp Wanted— Female 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the ClCTk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court (rf the City of Vir^nia 
Beach, on the 25th day of April 
1966. 

PHILLIP J. BRESNA'tt\N, 
Plaintiff, ■ , 

against 

MARY LOU BRESNAIL\N, 
Defendant. 

Order yif PublicalioM i 

■Rie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mcnsa et thoro 
to be in due time merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matrimonii from 
tlie said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion, 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-r«ident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: Route 1, Box 
l.'B, Menominee, Michigan, it is 
ordered that she do appear here 
within t«i (10) days after due 
fxiblication hereof, and do what 
may Be necessary to {HOtect her 
interest in this suit. 

And an affidavit having been 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. fientm:ss. aerk. 

By:, J. Curtis Fruit, DC. 
Lewis, Sacks & DeLaura, p.q- 
Plaza One 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4-2&4t 

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerit's Mice of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, m the 25th day of .\pr\l, 

wIluM STANLEY liMtNER. 
Plaintiff, 
against 
VIRGLNL\ LOUISE IK)RNER, 
Defendant. 

Onier it PublkaUoa 
TTie ob^ of this suit is to d>- 
lam a divorce a vinculo malri- 
nuttu from the said cbfendant, 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 19th day of April, 
1966. 

MALVBNiE HUGHES KELLAM, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

CHARLES EDWARD KBLLA^H, 
JR., Defendant. 

Order of Publioation 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 2755 Sunny 
Area Drive, North Jacksonville, 
Florida, it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, aid 
do what m^y be necessary to pro- 
ted his interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Hilary H. Jones, Jr. . 
1008 Church Street 
Norfolk. Virginia 

4-28-4t 

Commonwealth of Virginia 

In the .Clerk's Office of the Clr- 
cuit {Court of the City of yirg^nla 
Beach, on ihe 23th day pf April. 
1966. 

BERNARD F. AUSTIN, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

CAROLYNE ANNE AUSTIN, 
Defendant. 

Order Of Publication 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain an annulment, upon the 
gi'ounds that said m^riage was 
void by statute when contracted. 
And an affidavit having bei?n made 
and filed that the defendant is a 
non-resident cf the State of Vir- 
ginia, the laat known post office 
address being; 1715 Houghton 
Ho.id, Charleston. South Carolina, 
it is ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to protect 
her interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. Wiiite, D. C. 
Willcox, Savage, Lawrence, 
DitkFon & Spindle 
,'ill5 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia 

4-284t 



UNLIMITED EARNINGS 

Sell Real Estate. Have openings 
for saleswomen at Vmginia Beach 
Office, located next to Princess 
Anne Plaza Shopping Center. Ex- 
cellent working conditions and 
Equal Duty Ttae. Many fringe 
benefits such as Hospitalization, 
Group Insurance, Incentive Bonus 
Plan. Eboperience not necessary. 
We win train you. All interviews 
confidential. Call J. F. .Peters, 
340-3232. 



Goodman-Segai^Hogan 
Residential Sales Corp. 



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BEAUTY CONSULTANTS 
BEAUTICIANS 

COSMETICIANS 
MODELS 
"Youth Will Have It's Way" 
As a young and growing com- 
pany, we know this is true. We 
want to talk to ladies who have 
the desire and capaci^ to pave 
their way to high mcome and ad- 
vancement opportunities. To model 
and demonstrate a complete new 
concept in modern cosmetics with 
the finest line of products. 
MORNING CX)FFEES 
AFTERNOON TEAS 
EVENING GLAMOUR HOURS 
Free training in {Ax)ven success 
techniques are just a part of our 
growth package. Excellent oppor- 
tunities for those with managerial 
ability. Age over 21. 
Awards 

Bonuses 

Commissions 
CHOOSE YOUR OWN HOURS 
NO a\NVASSING 
Call 428-1750 

2-17-tfn 



RENT- SWAP'i-IIRE • BUY ■ SELL- REInT • SWAP • HIRE • BU> • SELL- 



(Sm^ CUSSIHED ADS BET RQUIIS 



MIRE • BU> • SELL* RENT • SWAP • HIRE • BUY • SELL- REN 



HIRE • BUY SELL- REr^ 



FINANCIAL 



50 Business Opportunities 



1965 Singer, Monograms, button- 
holes, fancy stitches, etc. Take 
over balance $47.90. $1.25 a week. 
Call Credit Department. 853-7481. 

2-24-tfn 



60 Correspondence Courses 



PIANO lessons given in my hone 
or yours. Aragona Village. Call 
«7-6296. 3-17-tfn 



MERCHANDISE 

9U Articles For Sale 



41 Help Wanted— Male 



ENGINEERS - Party chief, rod- 
man and inspectors; highway and 
bridge construction, immediate 
openings. Dial 340-8184; evenings, 
M0-ffl94. 5-12-lt 

CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
cepted. No experience necessary. 
$85-$125 weekly. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room rent. Safe- 
way Taxi, '3762 Shore Drive, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 464-6262. 9-23-tfn 



Dresses, Aorts, slacks, blouses, 
$uits. Sizes 10 and 12. Also Mag- 
navox table T.V. Call 428-2650. 

, 5-19-lt 

FOR SALE: Hard Maple ^inch 
round dining table, 2 extra leaves. 
Mate chairs, year old. Phone 428- 
4700. . 5-19-31 

• 1 — , 

Admiral TV for sale. 19 inch. Ex- 
cellent condition. $50. Call ^8-4562. 

5-194ih 

OARPKTS and life too can be 
beautiful if you use Blue Lustre. 
Rent electric shampooer $1. Oce- 
ana Fee3^ Hardware Co., Inc. 

5-19-lt 

BLUE Lustre not only rids car- 
pets of soil but leaves pile soft 
and lofty. Rent electric shamj)ooer 
$1. Bayside Hardware. 5-19-lt 

Stainless steel, 3 door, Sta<!old 
commercial refrigerator. Original 
cost $1200. Selling for $500. Call 
428-1515. 4-14-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 

112A-Cottages for Rent: 
Furn. or Uhfurn. 



Uving-room, two bedrooms and 
kitchen. $75 a nnonth yearly lease- 
Available. Call 42S«42S. 341-tfn 



113A Houses. Furnished 
or Unfurnished 



1 bedroom $55, 2 bedroom $75-$125. 
3 bedro(Hn $85-$200. Anchor Real- 
ty. 428-7421 anytime. 12-9-tfn 



115 Houees— Furnished 

2 bedroom. Furnished. Screened 
front porch. S^dy yard. Yearly 
rental. Cafi ^8-2517 after 5 p.mi 

5-ie-«£n 



1 1 5A Resort Property 
For Rent 



2 bedrooms. Fireplace, large 
scre«ied porch, shady yard. Year- 
ly rental. Call ^ft-ffil7 after 5 p.m. 

5,19-tfn 



1216 Cypress, three bedrowns, two 
iiaths, heat, yearly lease. $110.00 
oionth. CaU 428-7152. 4-21-tfn 



Near bases and beach. Small cot- 
tages furnished. No deposits. Cou- 
ple only. No pets. Call 3406329. 
, 4-7-tfn 

116 Business Places 
For Rent 



ALADDIN'S LAMP-nANflUQUES 
Many happy surprises including 
books. Bobbins Corner. P. P. 
Owen, IHanager. .464*344. 5-54t— R 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9B16. a24-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



100 ROOMS FOR RENT 



Room for rent. Single or double. 
Call 428-2716. 

5-12-3t 



Office space for rent. Reasonable. 
All fully equipped. Call 428-9533, 
428-9370. 5-19-tfn 

3707 Virginia Beach Boulveard. 
Office and retail store space avail- 
able. Brand new, beautiful, two 
story elevated building. Ideally lo- 
cated between Pembroke Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By 
ler Realty, 340-8081 or 340-3805. 

12-9-tfn 



2240 Greatnedi Road — Office for 
rent, iijclutles iitffiU^ telej^nc, 
air condition, clerical services. 
$125.00 month. Call 464-3521. 

4-21-tfn 



OFFICE — London Bridge, 317C 
Great Neck Road. Two rooms with 
beat included. $50 per month. Mr. 
DeHart-34(W591. 12-9-tfn 



42 Help Wanted 
Male or Female 



KNNOUNCEMENTS 

10 Special Notices 

AUCTION S.\LE. Golf cart, bicy- 
c'le, desk, window fan, coffee ta- 
ble. Plus 70 more items. May 24lh 
10 a.m. at Virginia Beach Trans- 
fer Warehouse. liXX) Virginia 
Beach Boulevard. Maury Jtiganto 
auctioneer. 5-12-2t 

GHOST WRITING SPJItVICE - 
beeches, articles, promotion, re- 
ports, etc. You have the thoughts 
... I have the words. Phone 340- 
1978 aftvT 6 PM,. for details and 
prices. 4-28 tfn 

AUTOMOTIVE 
26 Mobile Homes For Sale 

HOMETTE — 1964. 52x10 foot, 2 
bedrooms, beige and white, Early 
American furniture, stove, refrig- 
erator and washer; like new; kK 
cated lot 144, Davisviile Court ,at 
Hilltop, Virginia Beach. Just as- 
sume payments and move m. Mr. 
DeHart, 34(W311, 340«91, 340-W71. 

3-24-tfn 



BUSINESS SERVICES 



30 Appliance Ser/lces 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover, 
Sales and service. Prompt ef- 
ficient repairs. Pick up and de- 
livery. Phone 4284222. Fud 
Feed & Building Supplies, Inc. 



NOTICET! 

Contractors & Home Builders — 

Let us 1^ you with that new 

hone — additions — or repdrs, 

We can fomi* materials btm 

basonait to attic and aU you m 

financing. ' 

Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 

W 426-2661 

4263750 

426-3^ 

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JOB OPPORTUNITIES 

Stock Clerk 

Shcrt Order Cook 

Service Station Attendant 

Porter 

Maid, General (Steady) 

Chambermaid 

Waitress 

Salesperson 

Secretary , 

Clerk-Typist 

Shampooer 

Teletype Opwato? 

Shoe Salesperson ' 

Bookkeepers 

Salad Girls 

Recreation Specialist 

Ap;)ly 

VIRGINIA BMPL0YME.NT 

COMMISSION 

223 Virginia Beach Baulevard 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

No Fees Charged 

. 5-19-lt 



Cocks, mde or female or married 
couple. Have apartment. Retired 
ladies for ffMTt de^. No experi- 
ence nece-sary. Must live on 
premises. 1705 Atlantic Avenue. 

5-12-31 



MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEM 

TyirisU 

Stenographers 

We have immediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia Beach. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs whai de- 
sired— wwk on these temporary 
jobs when amvenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and job 
assignment. 627-3661. 

Manpower, lac. 
733 Boush Street 

5.27-tfn 



43 Position Wanted— Femele 



Will do baby sitting hi mv home 
by hour, or care for children for 
workii^ millers. Age 2 vears and 
i4>. Call 4aMS57. " 5-12-tfn 



BOOKKSjyER - CASHIER-TYP- 
iST. Mature wcnran wishes after- 
noon ainl/or eveniiy; work on 
hourly w weeldy basis. References 
avail^le as to character and abil- 
ity. P. 0. BOK Us, Va. Beach, Va 

5-12-2t 



109 Apts., Furn.— Unfurn. 



ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- 
ment. One efficiency apartment. 
Year round. Call 4284666 or 428- 
2724. 3-17-tfn 



1 1 0— Apartments Unfurn. 



Unfurnished apartments. 2 bed- 
rooms each. Oil heat, both newly 
painted throughout. Electric range 
and refrigerator furnished. Year 
round rent. Must see to appre- 
ciate. Call 428-1940, 4283113. 4-7-tfn 



LONDON BRIDGE— Duplex apart- 
ment. 2351 WoliF St. Stove and 
refrigerator. DeHart, 340«91, 340- 
ibli. 340-^ L 2-17-tfn 

111 Apartments Furnished 

O^EANA-245 Middle Lane. Fur- 
nished studio apartment. Heat, 
water, storage, parking. Near bus. 
Annual lease. 5-19-tfn 

Apartment for rent. Sleeps 6 or 7. 
Conveniently located to 31st Street 
shoR)ing center. IVs block from 
ocean. $700 for season or $75 
weekly. 428-5357 or 2905 Arctic 
Avenue. 5-12-tln 

LOW winter rates until June 1st. 
or yearly. Also monthly. Located 
in the heart of the beach, near 
ocefn front. 428-6718. 10-21-tfn 



Austin's Court Motel Apartment 
06 - 19th Street Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartmoit 
and furnished rooms. MBodk 
from Bus Statiim. By week or 
month. 

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Furnished apartment — Bving 
room, bedroom, kitchenette, large 
ck>set and bath. Available June 
1st. $75 monthly Uatw^ S^Aem- 
ber. $^ m(H)tlUy rematnd^ of 
year. Call 43B-78S7 or 43MB80. 

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Living Tooxn, bedntxa, Utcboi. 
bath. CoBveniott to dx^f^ng. 
churches, laundromat Very 
reasonable yearly rental Pacific 
Avenue. Pbooe owner 4B^0U 
m ^2143. 

7-39-t&l 



APARTMENTS - Furaisfaed w 
unfurnished. Yearly or mmcaui. 
Cooper Realty, WH Padfic Ave- 
nye, 438-1330. Nighs eM833. 



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3 bedroom house. Stove, refrigera- 
tor, washer and dryer. Fenced 
in vard. Pay equity and assume 
G. 1. loan. Call 340-2730 after 6:30 
p.m. or all day Saturday and Sun- 
day. 5-12-tfn 

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Our office is in Aragona Village 
at 4920 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
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Virginia Beach. Call 497-4854. Real 
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VifQinIa fieach SUN, Thursday, May „19, 1966 




STATK IffiLEGA1i:s AND ALTCRNATES were announced last week at Frank VV. Cox High 
I. nrbgatei are, Mt to rigfct, Croat row, Alex Newtao, Tim Monahan, Darryl Moore, Mike Tay- 
IWi aai StKtt VMer. AHeraatcs, back r»w, left t o right, are Ronnie Frazi'er, Robert Bridwell, Mike 
ft>iiy mi Wt f Cdfee. Not fli^vei was altera ate Sam Rhodes. 

Teen-Parent Communicaion ^^^fdwalk 



^^MK»ftA jffi^ACH - "Ifow can 
we-MlNiili food cammunicatkin 
wiA our childrM?" This was the 
qpHlian considered at the final 
ilMelii^ of the term of the Vir- 
^Bia Beach High School Parents 
ti9*9ie by a panel consisting of 
Vrt. Bev Fdty, minister of the 
iKf^Bii Beach Methodist Church; 
lin. Ifteresa Cook, Guidaooe 
CJBUasdor at Virginia Beach Hi^ 
S^Kx^: Rev. WilUnn Russell, as- 
sMaitt niCBUbR (tf First I^^yte- 
ikn Chiat;h: Mrs. Rcbert Wilson, 
Mdc^ of Friends School; and 
OHderator, Mrs. Leo Hoarty. 

"Convnunication is more than 
jot tidking," began Rev. Fd^^ 
'it inckides attitudes, expression, 
uiderattfiding and time. I thiidi 
thtt« are four ^jeclfic ways in 
lAich we can open up communi- 
OHkn With our children: 

1. Ustea to them. 

%. Ex|ilain why we are telling 
HMD to do Udngs. 

9. Praise them. We are too 
praoe to criticize. 

4. Talk aiMut w^ they are in- 
terated in." 

""llie (pi^tion is not how we 
cowwiunkrate, but what it is that 
«C conanumcate." suggested Rev. 
RoMeO. "Haw we tau^ them 
Itet ram is evil and not to be 
tmated? Bvn we taught them 
AM they are our possessians? 
Hive we tau^t them tiiat sex is 
a tfwe^ a danger to be averted 
or a MMba MfilknoA of Ufo? To 
noHh iOwthi io miff w m e tfi i n g 
wy kMfly." 

"Oat JimMth*' hM ontand 
Minni tfae facts that adults dont 
Uita. I do beiieive." said Mrs. 
Mbert Wilson, "that children who 
have been listened to. listen. ChU- 
dm haw a need to be listened 
to. to feel tttat we trust Uiem 
■id aocqJt them as Ihey are. 
Learning takes place over the 
biMges of fe^ig." she said, quot 
il^ Dr. HoUister. "Our chiklren 
aae not fediag anything exce|it 
oar eagoiies to get them out 
d the way. Tliere is a tremendous 
need for real feding. I don't 
ISDw whether we are afraid of 
our emotioDS." ^ continued. 

''Parents' answers are often 
jpdgemeital," said Mrs. Hoarty, 
liederator. "We are afraid our 
toanagos wffl make the same mis- 
takes we did, so we step m with 
jMJ^ements frc^ our point of 
i^/gm. We want let them msks 
th^r own nnstakes." 

"We're livii^ in a period of 
tt^nsaion." Rev- Russell com- 
lainted. "We tend to be fri^tened 
fay ideas that we don't uodo-stand. 
e for example, the problem of 
We lave found that sex sells 

create an atonosphere con- 

dupve to s« and then say you 
i^iffc* refrain. Our children are 
liivii^ to pay the price of our 



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hypocrisy." 

Mrs. Wilson added, "We are 
piiky of thinking of our children 
as an extension of ourselves. They 
are individuals and must learn by 
making their own decisions and 
tfieir owD mistakes. Ilie problem 
is that all of us are only partly 
fulfilled and naturally we seek 
fulfiUmait through our chiWren. 
IWess we. as parents, can know 
oursdves «id be secure witfiin 
oursdves we will have this prob- 
lem. '' 

"We must try to ignore or tol- 
erate the little things; the hair- 
dos, make-up. etc.. so that we 
can take our stand when there is 
a n»x-al issue," said Mrs. Cook. 

"We demand of our ch Jldren 
tiiat which we are net wiUing to 
give ourelves." said Rev. Russell. 
"We have a doi^ standard in 
race relations. We feel that some 
people can be disregarded as hu- 
man beings. Some people have no 
worth, we thiiA. Then when out 
on dates our children trust people 
without respect, we wonder why." 

'"Itie matter of communication 
b^s down to 'love'." said Rev. 
Felty. "If we do k)ve each other, 
then we do listai to what each 
other says. If a chUd has not got- 
ten love at home. he'U get it 
icmaM^ere else. Very seldom is 
there any difficulty with teen- 
agers who have self-respect." 

Teea agers need to have social 
acceptance, security, and new ex- 
peneoccs. 

/Bie meeting concluded with the 
parents wondering what could be 
done spadSca^ to fiU these needs 
at Vii^inia Beach Junior High. 
"Do we have a responsibility to 
help meet these needs?" Wmild a 
shxknt-parent league be an an- 
swer? 



Bottles for Batters 



LYNNHAVEN - Attention!! All 
soda bottles ... 

plaza Little League Ladies Aux- 
iliary will be collecting soda pop 
bottles on Saturday, May 21, aB 
day all through Princess Anne 
Plffia. 

Proceeds will benefit the Plaza 
Little League. 

All residents are requested to 
have bottles ready to be donated 
to this importaiA civ^c endeavor. 



Art Show 

VIRGIINW mAm - Prize 
money totalling $2,400 is offered 
in the Virginia Beach Boardwalk 
Art Show scheduled for July 14-18. 
Dfealline for entries is June 15. 

Chairman of the show is Mrs. 
C. R. Masterson and Mrs. Gordon 
Atwill is chairman of entries. 

It has bcCT announced that two 
prominent names in the art w :rld 
will be present for judging. T.hey 
are Richard Florsheim of diica- 
go and Norman Kent of New 
York. 

Florsheim was amdng the first 
artists to promote adult educt'^'on 
courses in art. He has been a lec^. 
turer in Chicago and on "cllege 
campuses. In 1965 he was a;point- 
ed by the G3vern:r of Illinoi* t3 
the executive board of the Illinois 
State Arts Council. 

Kent is the editor of Amarican 
Artist Magazine. He has been art 
director for th3 international edi- 
ticns of Reader's Digest and for 
True Magazine. He has auUiM-ed 
four books on art. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH - Members 
of the Virginia-Carolina Technical 
Association of the Pul.-wcod and 
Paper Industry will converge on 
Virginia 'Beach May 20 for their 
spring meeting. 

The convoition will be heW at 
the Cavalier Hotel and will last 
one evening. 

Registration for the affair will 
be held from 4 p.m. to 7 pjn. in 
the hotel lobby with a .?t>c!al hour 
on the south porch from 6;30 p.m. 
to 7:30 p.m., with dinner sched- 
uled to get under way at 7:45 p.m. 
in the main dining room. 

The evening's fesitivities will not 
be the only reason association 
members will be here. There will 
be reservations .for 15 foursomes 
at the Cavalier Country Club with 
tee-cff time set at 12:30 p.m. And. 
if members orefer, they may fish 
from the 14th Sitreet Pier. 

After dinner, the members of 
the association will hear two 
spccdcer?, Michael Kouris, editor- 
ial director of T.APPI magazine, 
and Jay Seibel. frran LyncJiiSurg. 

Kouris' speech is entitled "Some 
efforts being made to handle the 
informaUcn retrieval problem" 
and Seible's speech is entitled 
"The way I see it." 



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VIRGINIA EE.ACH - Baltimore 
and Washing; on TV viewers had 
their vacation 87p£tites whe'.'.^d 
May 15th when Virginia Beach 
was featured on a half-hour pro- 
grsm. . 

Dev-^ed entiraly to the resort 
attrccvions :f Virginia Bea^h was 
the Baltimore TV stations show 
"Going Pk?3s." W^AR-TV is an 
affiliot? o! I'.ie C'iS nc' v;jrk and 
h?s 1 wide coverass in the Mary- 
land-D. C. area. 

"Gomn Haca-," th9 nati-n's o!- 
■h-X tei.vi.^ion ;raval oroffi-nti ax 
ixars in Lolcr rvcr WVI\R-TV and 
Salisbury (Maryland) sloticn 
W'BCC-TV. The show is ;cn.^^jr:d 
by the Balt'Tore Sj'-pt sri. 

Mrs. William Lawton 'Sazanne 
Fotbcs) was the Virginia Beot^h 
rc/;re.sentative who wa.s interview- 
ed on the show by "Going Places" 
.producer-host. Bcb Willis. The 13 
minute color film "Virginia Beach, 
Yours fir the Choosing'' was 
.shiiwn prior to Mrs. La.vton's 
guest appearance. Mrs. Lawton, a 
native of Virginia Beach, k known 
to local viewers in commercials 
appearing on Norfclk stations. 

According to agency h9ad, Lau- 
ra Lan-j'oe, who handles the city's 
resort advertising and publicity, 
the TV sh"w coincided with the 
Baltimore Sun's sum.mer resort 
.section in whi:h Virginia Beach 
was .strongly represented with ad- 
vertisements, a n:ws story and 
photograph. 



Galilee Men Hear Berry 



Memorial Gifts 






VIRGINIA BEACH - With Me- 
morial Dav a-iro.^ching, the Vir- 
ginia Beach Unit of th? Am?ri?an 
Cancer Society is -jlonning s:scia] 
eTiohasis on its "livirg" MemoraJ 
Program, it wa.s announ:?ed bv 
Mrs. Francis J. Geigcr, Memorial 
Gifts Chairman. 

Making a contribution to the SO' 
ciety's memorial fanu is a fitting 
and practical way to help save the 
living and commamorate a loved 
one who has died of cancer or 
other cause. 

The fiip'^s v^ *'^" ^Tiprican Can- 
- Society, foclll^ Merr- 
Gifts, go towards saving lives ir 
tne present ana in the future 
through coordinated prcgrams d 
Education, Rtraarch and Service. 

According to the Society's Vir- 
ginia Beach Unit, Memorial con- 
tributions are received throughout 
the year. The Society sends a dig- 
nified Memorial Card to the fam- 
ily of the person in wdnose memory 
the gift is made and also sends 
an acknowledgement and receipt 
to the dcnor. 

Mrs. Geiger said, "On behalf pf 
the Virginia Beach Unit of the 
American Cancer Society I urge 
thoughtful ."support of the 'living' 
Memorial Program on this ap- 
proaching Memorial Day. Remem- 
ber — "Memorial Giving Helps the 
Living.' " 

Memorial gifts should be sent 
to the Virginia Beach Unit of the 
American Cancer Society, 358-B 
Laskin Road, Virginia Beach, Vir. 
ginia 23^1. 



VIRGINIA BEAOl-Ttie guest 
of honor at the Galilee Church 
Men's sipper last Wednesday 
night and spesker to an open 
meetii}g at'terwards was an cut- 
standing athlete. His name is one 
which commands respect among 
football enthusiasts all over the 
country; however, he did not come 
to Virginia Beach primarily to 
talk E'boui football. Raymond Ber- 
ry, the great flanker end for the 
I Baltimore Coltg of the NFL is 
I C'iie of tile Christian athletes, and, 
as fuch, he hsd a message for 
the men and boys who asemblod 
expectantly to hear him. , 

: Mairy Riganio, who was instrij. 
mental in bringing him here, had 

i a few vital statistics for his in- 
treducti^n. Berry is 33 years old, 
fi feet 2 inches tall, and weighs 
i83 pounds. He comes from Paris, 

j Texas, is married and the father 
of two children. He played football 
in high school, going on to be a 
football and track star at S.M.U. 
He was drafted by the Colts in 
his junior year and has been with 
them since his graduation in 
1965. Besides being on many 
championship teams, typical of his 
honors is having been voted All- 
League Flanker in the NFL for 
the last four years. 

Berry opened his talk by offer- 
ing to answer questions from the 
audience jJjout football. They 
ccme thick and fast: personal 
ones, sjch as: "Do yo,a over wear 
your glasses in a ga.Tie?" Answer: 
"Yes, contact lenses." "How did 
you get to be a great pass receiv- 
ei?" Answer: "God-given ability 
to catch a ball and continually 
"•o.'king at it." Teohnical ones, 
like: "How are plays called iii 
a hudd'e?" Answer: "Code num- 
bers plus ver'oal variations"; and 
"Kcw do you manage tc stay just 
inside the sidelines and still watch 
the ball?" Answer: "Practicing 
that very technique". And general 
questions, for example: "What 
about dirty playing?" Answer: 
"Very little of it tan be controlled 
by league officials!" 

When the grouip's curiosity had 
been some-vvhat satisfied, this pro- 
fessional athlete went on to tell 

Money Awarded 

VIRGINIA BEACH=^Civil suits 
totaling $140,000, that were filed 
in connection of an automobile ac- 
cident that killed two teen-age 
boys, and seriously injured two 
others, have been settied but of 
court. 

The accident occurred October 
27 on Great Neck Road when the 
car carrying the youths collided 
with a truck making a turn onto 
the road. 

Killed in the accident were K. 
D. Brown Jr., 16, and Paul Mc- 
Broom. Both boys' estates re- 
ceived $16,000 each. Harold F. 
Styron, 16. who is still uncon- 
scious, received $100,000. The dri- 
ver of the car. George D. Christ- 
don, 17. received $8,000. 

The suits, handled by the law 
firm of Brydges and Broyles, were 
filed against the driver of the 
truck. J. W. Carter, and the firm 
he worked for, Prmces Anne 
Fuel Oil Co. 



cf his backgnnind and his Chris- 
tian exi-)erience. He was raised in 
a conventional way by good par- 
ents but as a boy and student had 
never felt any sf>9cial relationship 
to God. and had not been above 
snitching baseballs at a game fs 
cheating on a quiz. Althoui^ he 
be<?an to wonder about God at 
college, it was not until he faced 
crises in his own life that he b?- 
gan to search in earnest. After bis 
firs't year in rrofesional ball, 
when he was afra'd he would be 
cut from the squad, and his worid 
would, collapse around him, he 
realized he must find a purpose 
in this life that would help him 
prepare for the life to come. He 
began to study the scriptures and 
to acce't the guidance of fellow 
athletes who were Christians. 

Through a gradual process he 
came to realize that he, as a 
man, was sinful because he was 
not subjecting his wUl to God's 
will. He learned tiiat God offered 
forgiveness and reconciliation and 
that he could knwv God throjigh 
the personality of Jesus. He re- 
ceived understanding and power 
through the gift of God's grace. 

This, then, is the message that 
Raymond Berry brings as he trav- 
els a*>oyt during the off-season 
months, bearing witness to tlie 
good news o{ the Gospel. 



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A fuU page spread, &mfikt£ 
with pictures, featured Cl^ord 
Herier in the "Pabn Bsadi PoBt" 
in honor d his recott «!idl NgbM' 
acclaimed cuKert wi& the ^fttf^ 
phony (Mdiestra Of Patan Beflcb, 
Florida. His brifliaat reo^tou 
on the piano accorded ^ racaDs 
&}r several «icores, end ram te- 
views in the hcdi papers ii^Hte^ 
to his charm and talent. 
• * * 

Jimmy Johnson, track star at 
the Loiuge of William & Mary 
in Williamsburg, received an Bd- 



ucational Foundation afward for 
student aportsmansh^) during th^ 
College's annual S(»iag Honors 
Coovccatkun. His home is at .lll^ 
Wiodiester Lane. ^ 

» • * ? 

Mrs. Eknmett Kyle of 14^ 
WoocBiause Road and Mrs. P. A^ 
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ntany women from all pffl'ts of: 
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LARGE CROWD FOR PARADE 



Armed Forces Day Festivities 
Highly Successful At Va. Beach 



VIRGINIA BEACH - The City 
of Virginia Beach ajain went all- 
(Hrt last weekend for the celebra- 
t.on c. Aatied Forces Day. Satur- 
day, when the mammath parade 
^ was h^ and . exhibits were on 
display at the varitws military 
insitallations, the weather couici 
not have been better. As the pa- 
rade cnitd the weather barsau re- 
corded a reading of 87 d^grssf 
under sunny skies. 

Tho largest crowd to vis't the 
rcsjrl area of the city this year 
was on hand Saturday iiniiig At- 
lantic Avenue as th^ parade made 
its way northward for an hour 
and a half. Unit5 in the narida 
in.''!i:ded bands, marching units 
and f'oats from Virginia Beach, 
Nnrl'iik, Portsmouth and Chesa- 
peake. Virginia Beach is the only 
Tidewater citv whii-h h?s a pa- 
rade on Armed Farces Day. 

The Vo'unteer fire di-^artments 
of the City of Virginia Be"?h 
were represented, a? were many 
cf their auxiliar'es. This year al'-i 
ssw units of Cub S:outs, Brown- 
ies, little leaguers, snfet" pa- 
trJmcn and even the Camplire 

There were manv convertibles 
bearing beauties. Miss Vireinia 
Beach, Miss Virginia Beach High 
School Athlete Achievement, M's 
Virginia Beach Junior Mi's, Mi>s 
Davis Corner Volunteer Fire D?- 
partment Miss Ameri.?3n Teen 
APer and Miss Hiph Schrol of 
America were all participants, as 

Cox Students 
Ott Awdrds - 

VIRGIJS'IA BFVrH - Th rtv 
two Frank W. Cox High School 
students received more than $'50,- 
COO in scholarships Friday, which 
i.'.cUided an appointment to the 
U. S. Naval Academy. 

Walter Sullivan was the recipient 
cf the iVcademy appointment. 

Wuincrs of the scholarships and 
the organizations they received 
them from are: Helen Twiford, 
$W0. Princess Anne Women's 
Club, and $100, She!ton Park P- 
TA; iNancy Jane Holland, $200, 
Business and Professional Womens 
C!i;b and the DAR award; Carole 
J:hnson, $200, Chesapeake Beach 
Women's Chjb; Barbara Leading- 
ham, %m, Bayside Junior Wom- 
en's Club: Brenda Stanford, $100, 
Bayside Elementary P-TA; Jackie 
iHoskins, Princess Anne Ruritan 
Bond; Jerry Peck, $750, Rotary 
Club; Susanne Palombo, $100, Fu 
ture Teachers of America; David 
Whitaker, Cape Henry Wonien's 
Club Literary Award; and Meit- 
dith Pollard and F'red Rudiger, 
Cavalier Junior Wonum's Clirt) art 
awards, i 

SiX young men received Naval 
Officer Reserve Training Scholar- 
ships Friday. They are Steve Cor- 

(Continued on Page 4 A) 



were the sixteen Lotus Queen can- 
didates for this year and the 
reigning Lotus Queen. 

Tj'.e marshals far the parade 
were Vice Adniral Reyn(rfd D'ilos 
Mcgle and U. S. Senator Harry F. 
Byrd, Jr. Byrd arrived at the 
reviewing stand with Democratic 
National Committeeman SidnQf S. 

Robertson 's 
Finance Comm. 
Named Here 

VIRGINIA EEACH - Tha Fi- 
nance C:mimittee of the R:be.-tsjn 
"or Ssnat2 Cam:agn Gro.ip has 
>s2n . a.T.ed, according to R^biit- 
s:n^ Virginia Beach co-'-imaign 
nansgets, Lcs Lam and Dr. Ira 
:.:.nc-k. 

Dr^na'd H. Rhodes will serve a3 
chairman of t.he finance commit- 

:: and Au;.t'n E. Ow^n A-ill .crvc 
35 Trsasu.er. 

C'h")s named to the cnmmittce 
jcekL-g the reelection cf S^nat^r 
\. Wi'lis Robirt..nn in the July 
D£T..~cratic Primary include: 
?' dc C. .Aibiolom. Sr , Hoiac? A. 
"i£::la, WiH-am C. Kavccx, James 
H. Gbbs, Fbyd E. K^'"am. Jr.. 
"^ „ 4 P4und=n, Ifrrd Ran- 
dolph, Dr. Raymond Redford. A'vin 
.. Kiager-, Frank Tsrreil, Jr., 
Lewis D. TinurstDn a:vd F'cyd E. 
Water.'ield, Jr. 



GOP Women's 
Spring Conference 

NEWPORT NEWS - The an- 
nual fi:ring Conf3rence of the 
Virginia Federation of Repi*>li- 
can Women was held at Hotel 
Cha-nberlain May 20 and 21. 

C |i 3Tence soeakers included 
Hen. James T. Broyhill, U. S. 
House of Representatives from 
North Carolina; Hon*M. Caldwell 
Butler, Republican leader of the 
Hoiise of Delegates from Roa- 
noke; Mrs. Connie Armita^e, sec- 
ond vice president of the National 
Federation cf Republican Women 
frfm Spartanburg, S. C; Hon. 
Rsbert J. Cnrber, chairman of 
Rrnublican Partv of Virginia; 
Mrs. Hazel Barker, national com- 
mitteewnman from Roanoke; and 
I. Lee Potter, national committee- 
man. 

Mrs. Lob Nelson, candidate for 
the Virginia Beach City CcHincil, 
was the guest of the Federatwn 
for the banquet Friday night. 

Attending the conference from 
Virginia Beach were: Mrs. Vir- 
ginia Fowler Miss Ida Mav Es- 
mond, Mrs. Pat Russ, Mi"-? Cath- 
erine Nbcon. Mrs. Jean MrClelhnd 
Mrs. Mvrtie Baker, and Mrs. Jan- 
et Mays. , 



Kellam of Virginia Beach. Ad-mir- 
(il Hagh arrived with Mayclr 
Frank A. Dusch of Virginia Beach. 

M.litary weaponry from instjUa- 
tions in Vinjiniat Beach was also 
dis,^]ayed in the parade. 

A battery of judges chose both 
a winner and a runner uji in sev- 
eral categories of particiipants in 
the parade. First pfece in the ci- 
vilian band category was again 
won by Kellam, H'!3h Sch:ol. The 
runner-up W3s Bayside High 
School. "Ihe Navy School of Music 
again captured first place among 
the military bands', with the PIII- 
BLANTband as runner-up. 

In the civilian float category, 
the Virijinia Beach Jaycees took 
f rst place with the Creeds Volun- 
teer Fire Dapa-tment Auxiliary 
winning the runner-it'o sipot. First 
place for a military float was W3n 
by the Naval Air Station in N:.r- 
fo:k. The runner-up was the f'nat 
pre:ent£d by the Guided Missile 

(Continued On Page 7A) 

■ 1 ■ 1 

CofC Has 
Fine Outing 

VIRGINiHA BE.AOH -The annual 
meeting and outing of the Virginia 
lEeach Chamber ol ilammerc-. 
Wediesday at Aldo Farms was 
well attended by members of th.- 
Chamber and,tiieir guests. 

■The anno.;ncement cf the out'ng 
noted th£.t the dinner woultl in- 
clude "all you can eat." Mary 
<^;th^ gr e M M t tBiek ij»» miMuaez- 
ment literally. A large amount of 
gocd food was censumed, ar.d t!ic 
beverages also poured raiher frtc- 

The outing began in the ■•ariy 
afterroon with outdoor games, in- 
cluding horseshoe, sartball and 
golfing contests. 

The highlight cf the afternoon 
was the hflrse racing on 'Jm track 
of Aldo Farms. One g.icst was 
heard to ask, "where is the j^i 
window?" Obviously that guest 
was from out-of-town. 

Brad Pulley, President of the 
Virginia Beach Chamber of Com- 
merce and Afcin R. Mailhas. Ex- 
ecutive Director of the Chamber, 
presented the annual trophies to 
the winnws in a'.l categories of last 
week's Armed Forces Day Par.jde. 
I See winners in Armed Forces Day 
story this page) 




JOHN HOARE, left, and DAVID JOHNSTORE, prepared tor thalr 
trip across the Atlantic Ocean Thursday afternoon at Long Creek 
Maina. They tested new and additional equipment. (Staff photo by 
"Moore) 

LOSING GROUND 



Rowers Leave Beach- 
Now Drifting To Shore 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Saturday 
morning at 11:10 a.m. two hearty 
Englislmen becan rowing across 
the Atlantic Ocean to their mother 
coujntry, rome 3,C00 miles £:ivay. 

John Hoarc, 29, and David John- 
stcne, 34, had planned the trip 
fjr more than a year before at- 
tt^-ting the monumental task. 

The Britishers plan to' row 
acioss the body of water in 50 
days, to better a trip made in 55 
days by two Norwegar.-Amencans. 
Tinose hearty men made the trip 
around the turn of the century. 

The 15-fcot "Puffn," when fal- 
ly leaded carried .-ix sets cf oars, 
three radios, foed for 60 days, a 
ton of water, vcrious survival gear 
and mementoes of their short stay 
in America. 

The trip was originally sched- 
uled to get underway at 10:00 a.m. 
frc.Ti the Mar- hah at the north 
end cf the Beach, bi;t a press co.n- 
ference and a length v breakfast 
set the departure back to 11 a.m. 

Jcimstone and Hoare seemed in 
fine mental and physical condi- 
tion when thev finally left, as well 
as in high .^^pirits. j 

Soth men seemed optimis'tic ' 
a'bout setting a new record, but 
declined to race two Enilish para- i 



troopers who challenged them. 
Tile soldiers said they would leave 
Boston, Ma:s., Eoout the same 
time Johnstone and Hoare left Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

The intreipid travelers got off to 
a gjod start but began to lose 
ground Monday. Despite their ef- 
forts, they began to drift back to 
s.iDre. Late Tuesday afternoon, 
the-y were reported abeut 15 miles 
off Virginia Beach, near the Ciies- 
apeaks L:'ght Station. 

A passing fishing boat offered 
them assistance, but th^ English- 
men said tiiey didn't need an/ 
ani were ooing to continue with 
their expedition. 

Before they left. Hoare and 
Johnstone were presented with 
.-•^ace ca^sjle tie-clips by Chs-TJ- 
ber of Commerce and Virginia 
Beach reoresentative Albin Mail- 
bes. Ms^hts wi^)?d Qie duo a 
i'jfe and "quick" journey. 

Norfolk Mayor Roy Martin, ^ 

(Continued on Page 4 A) 



City Seeks $479,000 
From Government 
For B eautification 



Office Open 

NORFOLK — The Norfolk Dis- 
trict office of the Social Security 
and the Portsmouth Service Cen- 
ter wll remain own on Monday. 
May 30, Memorial Day. 

The hours will be the same as 
U'ual. 



Park Opens 

9 

VIRGINIA BEAOH - Officials of 
Pl&yland, Inc., announced recently 
that the public park will be Tpen- 
ing its doors for the first time this 
vicekend. 

The park, located on the pro- 
perty formerly known as the Jew- 
ish Comemunity Center, was ap- 
proved only a few month ^ ago by 
City Council and is a private en- ' 
te!'pris;\ ; 

The park features nature Ira 'Is, ! 
swimming area, boating facilities. | 
hoiseback riding for the adults and | 
pony rides for the youngsters, and ] 
other attractions of interest. 



Spong Dinner 
At Cavalier 

VIRGINIA EE.XCIl - A capacity 
crowd is expected at a fund-raising 
dinner at Lhc Cavalier Hotel tonight 
for State Senator William B. 
Spong of Portsmouth, according to 
Spcng's Virginia Beach campaip 
manager, V. A. Etheridge. Spong 
is seek'T.g to unseat incumbent 
Senator A. Willis Robertson in the 
July Democratic Primary. 

Tonight's $!0-a-p!ate dinner is 
being sponsored by the Youth for 
Spcng Committe?, 

Spong's State Campaign Man- 
ager, William C. Battle will also 
attend tonight's rally, ak»g with 
other manbers of the Virginia 
Beach group. 



MOVING ALONG WELL 




Work On Toll Road 



Reported On Time 



By JACK i lODRE 

ViU':..\:A LEAC.'l - The cm- 
;-tr^ti.un of the Virginia Le:cli- 
X r: Ik T,-,ll R-'.d, according to 
ii, ton Roads Toll Facilit cs Di- 
r, :.t'. E. 1!. Orani;e. is r port.d 
• 1 sei:ed.le fjr c..r._'!^... n by 
Dec 1, 19o7. 

Oange Lointed o'.t that the 
entire proje-^; is divided in'.) three 
pert on:, and the e,':t;-act f. r t-eeh 
■ crtion is a.varded to a dif'crcn; 



fl-m. 



I'"S 



ONE SOLDIER recf hred a brdcn leg nd mw^ wiBed aviQr oMaJwed trma tkta ear Maaday night 
^vbN it itnick a power pole and flipped over • mite fanlde tke wot g^ at Fni ^07. Wken tke pole 
was kMclKd ovCT, nearly 1.0M homes te Vlr^nla Beack md aU ^ FU mmy bit alncfclcnl ftma. In- 
jHKd hi Oe aeddrat wu ^lec. S WlUara A. Broad her^ 11, «Im was i trtl ta li i al PI. Slary. He la i*> 
poried hi "very |M" eai^tiea k PwiauMtt Narri llo if M a L Ae aceMort •etmtti al %'M p n.. aad 
^M^cd bMBea at the awtt od af Ihe Baaek iw irtsMil tara hMra. (Staff pbala ^ Ma«c) 



:ons:ric::r.n 

T o f.r t se"!ion, wricli 
fr n the N'.!rf)'JiA';rgin n B 
' ;v limits to £jboot Indeipei.J ■: -c 
'I'tvr.-d, is tn:lrr contra .t tu 
'-' V. Wi.lif.-ns CenstrOcLon C)., 
a V rg nia Beach firm. 

Crarje sal as rf Mav 20 22 
crctnt ol t'"e wo-k in i'-.e firs: 
portion had been CMnplcttd and 
t^ial portion is r^ cr'ed to be on 
schedule. 

ApjrcixitnrteJy $JIt000 worth 
of wxirk was completed in the pa^ 
thirty davs (Aoril 20-Mav20> and 
that 44 poicem of the gradii^ 
va& confdeted. 

Orai^ said Uie porUoo that 



Willi, ns has taken urder 'ask 
CCS s an es.i.Tijted $5,537.C0O. 

1:2 -ennd contract section, 
V, hich runs a -.-oxlmately fr..-n 
Ind V n J: rce Boulevard to London 
Br dge, is urder re ensiijility cf 
t • ^ conrtructi:/n firnds— Ames & 
W S3 a.-.d Higgersen & Bucchan- 
an. 

Orange said (he finms had crm- 
pitted $3C0.CC0 wcrth cf work in 
t'e -j i thirty days. The mi-fdl? 
seeticn of the tell road project is 
aboet tK) percrtit f.nished, he slid. 

As cf May M. Orange said, the 
fir.Ts have '-^tr 'Irted abiiu ."S 
:•' ecrt cf/»he gradir? for their 
said that s ctien i the 
t ;:i roefl cost' an est; ..ited $: 

•H7,0CO. 

Orara|b said f'c third f-ortcn 
( f the/ib'l ro-'d, «hich is under 
contract to Dick»rson Con-tructijo 
C.>n-.p3ny cf North Carolina, is by 
im the moM ccxnipleted of the 
three sections. 

The tWrd contract section, which 
rum ^^proximately from London 

(Oootioued On Pa«e 9k) 



VIRGINIA BEAOH - City Coun- 
cil held a short meeting Monday 
morning, and met many members 
of the Virginia Beach-Norfolk 
Leegue cf Women Voters. 

The ladies were attending the 
co..rcil meeting as part of a tour 
of the city governing co-nrjplex at 
Princess Anne Court House. 

Only one a,pplication was uip for 
discu-5ion b" tie City Planning 
Coir.mission. The Princess Anne 
T-kpl'.cne C.-. made an applica- 
tion Icr a change in zoning from 
agricultural dis'trict to limi'iJ^d 
commercial on a portion of a lot 
on the north side of. Court House 
Drive in Court House .Acres. 

Mason Gamage, director of the 
commission, said, "The Planning 
Commission is of the opinion tnat 
the proposed development E'olied 
for in this application is within the 
area of future municipal facility 
expansion. Tinerefore, the reloca- 
tion i? recommendsd on property 
fronting on the south side of Prin- 
cess .Anne Road IS feet west of 
Court House Drive." 

The telephone company was 
seeking the land to build a new 
station. The building will be lo- 
cated on "five mile stretch'' near 
the court house area. 

Gamage also presented a reso- 
lution to council seekir^ the pre.> 
aretion of data for a federal grant. 
over a three year period, for the 
city's urban beautificatlon pr> 

The city is seeking $479,000 in 
joint funds, to be distributed each 
year. The city will receive $9S,000 
the first year, $195,900 the second 
year and $188,900 the third, if the 
grant is approved by the govern- 
ment. 

The city is entitled to the nn^- 
ey under the Title Seven Housing 



Act, which deals with allocations 
for the beautificatlon of open 
spaces. 

The resolution, approved by all 
members of the ecuncil, author- 
ized the city mianager to bigin 
the neceesary proceedings for fil- 
ing for the money. 

The m.ajority of the work, ac- 
cording to Gamage, will take 
place in the northern section of 
the beach— where it is .needed the 
niost. Portions of the money will 
be us?d to tio \ trud wa;^.:de 
parks, etc., along the major city 
streets. 



re^s. 



Portions of the money will al» 
go for the landscaping of Genersfl 
Boothe, Virginia Beach, and In- 
d.pendence Boulevards. 

City Attorney Harry Marshall 
asked Council to grant the polic5 
powers of search to building and 
zoning in5i;ectors while 'they were 
performing their duties. Tne coun- 
cil £ proved the request unini- 
mojsly. 

City Msnager W. Russell Hat^ 
ctt, in his report to council, c* 
quested the governing body t? 

(Ccntinued On Page £\) ^ 



SEEK EXPLANATION OF RUMORS 



Robertson Managem 
Challenge Etheridge 



Man Killed 

'VIRGINIA BEACH - Frank 
Clyde Hyers IH, 33. owner <rf 
Frank's Signs, was killed Tuesday 
when a tree limb he was cutting 
fell across a 34,0(|i>-volt pofwer 
line. 

The accident occurred on Vir- 
ginia Beach Boulevard, just across 
frcm the GEX store. 

A member of a VEPCX) power 
crew who was working close by 
removed Hyers' body from the 
tree. 

A native of Philadelj^ia, Hyers 
had lived in Virginia Beach tot 
the past three years. 

He is survived by his widow, 
Nancy Sriangler Hyers, his par- 
ents and three sons, 



VIRGIN) V BEACH - The co- 
chairman of the Robertson for 
Ser^te Committee in Virginia 
Be£ch have issued a statentient 
denying any knowledge of charges 
made by Virginia fieach Cjty 
Treasurer V. A. Etheridge, and 
saying that he must be "confused." 
In a speech Tuesday it the opan- 
' ing of a snnall private park near 
I i^Ctlbos'^tl JSto^i^luiy Sdhsci d^- 
Ideve'oped by Mrs. Louise Greeiie, 
jGracie Mitchell and Ida Reid, 
Etheridge stated that he had hea-xl 
ntfnors Jnvohring a "deal" cencern- 
ing Senator Robertson. 

Etheridge, who is Virginia Beach ] 
campsign manager for State Sena 
tor WiKiam B. Spong, Jr., in 
Spong's bid to unseat incumbsnt 
Senator 'A. WilHs Robertson, told 
of a reported deal between Robert- 
son and his statewide campaign 
mar.ager, E. E. WiHey, a State 
Senator from Richmond Accord-- 
it:g to Etheridge, rumor has it that 
if Robertson is e'ected, after serv- 
ing a sbcrt time, he wiH step down 
in favor of WlUey. Etheridge ad- 
ded that other n^nes have also 
been mentioned in the reported 
deal, including seme locally. The 
exact location of "kxraUy" was not 
givoi. He saki he warded to know 
whether Spong is running against 
a "platform in the sky." 

Although Etheri<^e did not say 
that these rumors were actual fact 
he charged that Virginia Beach 
supporters of Robertson "'strenu- 
ously objected to the proposed 



■wording en the ballot and asked 
it be cha.ged." Acco.-ding to 
Etheridge the heading above R:.b- 1 
ertSon's name ■.\js supj-osed '1.0 
include the wording "'for Six 
Years. He said several calls were 
made to Rlch.iiond to delete th; 
three word . T!:en Ethend'^e 
charged t.iat there must be a rea- 
scn for wanting thi wording chang- 
e&.esd. Migfeeied- iiot 4i^-reas9« -< 
cou!3 be the a.'orcmo ticncd 
"deal." 

Denials of any deal W3re quick 
in coming. In addition, Les Lam 

(Contl/.ued On Pcge CA 1 



onti/.ued On 1 



New Telephone 
Books On Way 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The new 

directories being distributed by the 
Chesapeake and Potomac Tele- 
phone Company are a little late 
getting into Virg nia Beach Bor- 
ough, but they will be delivered 
Friday, according to a conipaiiy 
Srckesman. 

In most areas of Tidewater, in- 
cludirg other areas of Virginia 
EeEch. the directories were djHv- 
ered the first part of this wedt, 
and delivery was expected to be 
complete, except for the Virginia 
Beach Borcugh by Thursday. 

Custoniers are urged to use the 
new directory, since many msn- 
bers and exchanges have been 
charged, offcctivc Ian ■ 1, 19'.3. 






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Rose Society Enjoys Garden 



HOB MABGARET JOAN WmELL 



VTRQ-JHIK t?.^CH - Mre M£r- 
#3 Harvejr Ewdi has anjK>unc3d 
^.e et^gtmesn ci bar dsigiiter, 
Mi« Mji^aret Joan Bu'eU, to 
Walter Wibon Brooke. Mi£s Ew- 
^'t father was the late Juikis 

•De«s EiwcIL 

V Mr. Brookes a the ion of Mr. 

"and Wt. Wniiam Gregory Brookes 

Zd Wett I^snt. Virgmla. 

"• Mi» Ewe!l i' a i^^aduate of Sar- 

Zvicw High School a^ ^ attend- 

wed (M Oaminiao CoMge. Ok is a 



graduate of Charm kzt^iaies and 
was Miss Virgjiia Beach 1963. Shs 
i- a pr^'esiiunil mcdel and fas!i- 
ion coordJtaLir for Rcse Hall. 

Mr. Brookes graduated from 
VfatL Point Hi^ School and wiU 
graduate in June from VP|. He is 
a meriysT ol the Cotiilion dub at 
VPf. and i^KXi gradiation will be 
cctnenissioned as a aac-mi lieuten- 
ant in die U. S. Vrmy Reserve. 

Tm wedding will take place 
^le 11 at 3 nm. at Eastern 
■Ire ^i<<:op^ Chenel. 



iNTERNAnONAL STERUNG 

Frank R. Ford Co. 

^mtJtr* J» Jutm^t^ .Mr \Jvtr J4ml[ Ctmfmrjf 

VIRGINIA BSAOi NORFOLK 

Wl AILANTK AVraiCE » GRANBY STREET 

aM«77 MAZSOi 

MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 



wmDmmtmumn 



C. SEAPE.4KE - Fliture bortl- 
culti.ri£^ and amatoir rosariaoi 
,w«t .5^1 u d tie T.d vafar 
R^e bjc.^tv dari. j the iaj • f 
the Over^n's R .2. Oardja in 
Gats .gik3 !a«t "tur.Jiqr. 

1...' . .t,ri j.i . 1. 2 aTteniom 
c:..;« fr.ni a gt-t *. 'Mr. afid 
Mrs. Edwarj Xi.;«< — Barry Krid- 
..r, eai_>ua .»u^ St ti>e present 
t.no ,utcn:4 at rr.t StDrv. who 
on r;2 i:r.g the n-. :? Ci t 3 miet- 
iDg in Uie air* : ir called Mrs. 
Overtsa and askid if hs co-!J at- 
tsr.d. Having nj traa-ip:rtauon, 
3. .. . . a hJ c:'. .r.e T. js. 

Th: ._d fr:.-n Yd. PltasisU Ta- 
ra :s a r.se g-rdtna- ar 1 thx-jh 
!Tt.Mt£:.l \o call the Rise S:ci5ty, 
h;' fet t' a*. "V.Az v.'.i fr:'* 
thirgs Ere nee r:::^e," so ha 
n-ad» t?* ciU a-d cziae I7 tl'K 
meeting. 

He iTT^-Jcd t>2 frtT.bri with 
his knowledge :f rose g"?wing and 
gave a short t:'k an the c l.va- 
tion -f rMes in Tex3^ sayir] V-ai 
the imoortant th!v» there was wa- 
ter. They do not h:ve t!:? insect 
tr3t;6!e iu/t we have here but are 
plagued with the J-ranes» Beetle 
and B!a:rk F'Tt. He wa? t»as?d 
^3ut "The Yelkr* Rjse of Tex- 
as" being played fcr the President 
a» various fu:>ction8. 



The ffm^ v» so Jn aTTMscd 

Witn his e^Jwriasna aad 4'jpoitr 
maA that titty invited Um aai 

asf f rk«I <d m ii> vitt them hi 

the j- koroes. 

.)^$^ budiiag i^car'JD is 
Ra>ert Cet, toa tn Mr. mi Mrs. 
E.>fe. CcX d Tndia and a student 
at Kai^^viCe Jr. Hi^ Scbo<4. 
who has atta>d£d many of the S> 
clc.y's roeetinp and is ^nthusias- 
t..- about lM»tieu>lure aod rose 
gr.wkg, and is a big Mp i* iuM 
tzmif rose garden. 

Abaut 70 i>e3^ were at the 
neetitg aftd hasi die qKilkRB 
tad aanen ^rao by the nmi- 
b.rs of fl» sodety nd foeite. 

AisUsK- were Mrs. i. W. Ov- 
erton and Mrs. Cnarks Turr'si 
sni thsf served hxaemade ics 
crK .1 cf stra'j^rry and lem<»t 
vaniUa Fav-rs from an <rfd fxn- 
IJy rec e. A ban vovags cake was 
a Tir, rise frtctiixi to Mr. and 
r*-s. Frederidi H^eto iH» are 
fiyii^ to Um&ni in Jvoe to tour 
En^;^ and S?<>ttUi rose gardens 
and to vitit Mrs. Awtte's i^£rtives 
in lFe!e3d. 

The June meetteg of the Tide- 
water Rose Society will be beW 
on June 19 in the admini-Jrat''m 
building (rf Norf:;Ik Botanical Car- 
dans. 



The "Y" Of It 





A busy YWCA bee-hive of en- 
thusiasiic Fall Planning by Coun- 
cil nKnd)«^ and their new offi- 
cers have h:!d sway these last 
few weeks. The new YWCA coun- 
c;l matibars are: 

K'Tynrille: President, Evelyn 
Vashell; 1st V'ce Pres., Jean 
Jahns; 2nd Vice Pres., Kathy 
Haenre; Secretary, Wibna Coopar. 

Virginia Beach: President. Bil- 
lie Winstcn; Irt Vice Pres., Ei- 
Itsn Evans. 2nd Vice Pre?.; Ann 
Belsha; Secretary, Eleanor Day. 

B3y.side: President, Arlene Way- 
Ifr; 1st Vice Pres.. DDrothy Ri- 
chards; 2nd Vice Pres.. Ruby 
Miller; Secretary, Belts Smith. 

Budget discussions for 1967. and 
an exci;ng bcvv of classas for 
the Fall Ladies Day Out Program 
to begin in mid-Seftcmber, have 
resulted from Council meetings in 
each area. 

YWCA sunrner swimming for 
aB age' — nre-schoolers, school 
age, adults — is sacn to get un- 
derway. Watch for your brodiure. 

TTw Y-Teens have a busy .T?orts- 
dc'lls schedule planned, including 




TOM EYERLY wffl be seen as 
Corporal dive WiDtoB fai "See 
How They Ra." a rollicking 
comedy, to be presented by th* 
Vlrgliiia Beach LItUe Theatre hi 
the Courtyard Playhouse on June 
3, 4, 5, 10, and 11- The final pro- 
duction of the Little llieatre's 
season will feature nine charac- 
ters, and is db-ected by Geo Wil- 
liams. Cortata time is 8:30 p.m. 
Tom will be repeating the ro!e he 
played in the Philadelphia area. 



tenni?, bawling, horseback riding, 
scwir^, charm and ukslele. Plan 
to join the sun-mer fun. 

A joint brochure for Y-Teens 
and rwin-mina wi'l be forthcom- 
ing by the end (rf May to mem- 
b.rs and those on the mailing 
list. Watch for yours! 



Z/aijior USur^eAA J4airAt^Un^ Galons 

VIRGINIA BEACH 

Your Head, Our Hnds 

Beauty is no Tliursday-night hrhtoy here! It's a year-'round, day- 
in-and-out profession. Ncbcdy connes out with a new beauty d> 
vekjpmeik thet escapes iis! 

OUR NORFOLK LOCATION 
7500 GRANBY ST., WARDS CORNER Phone M3-1819 

964 LASKIN RD.. MRGINIA BEACH Phone 428-3191 



Woman's Club Of 
Oiesapeake Beach 

C'lYPXS - New oSlcIrs were 
iB:tidled by the Wacnan's OUf 
ef (Aess^eaks Beaeb at a raisik 
m::3ting by Mrs. Otis B. Gnr^g. 
presldect cf the T.de#at^ Du- 
tnct of W:::d-.an's Ci^. 

Preceding the j)S^3>;ation serv- 
ix, the c'Ub's «lttc»tiona! c*- air- 
man, Mrs. W. Q. R-Jper, pre-ffitad 
the Bay?:d2 Scholars' p Award of 
1400 to Miss B3!^>ar3 Leacn^am. 
S3 -'Mra will gradatte frtrg C» 
H: 1 SclK.-l to Jons and win afrr 
iMsn Cdkge in Vk f«B. Siis 
'has f^rt'c'-^cd in t3veral a:livi- 
tlcs 6t Car - the fV » Pre- 
dert !rf the La'n C1i^>. a-rf the 
fud'Tt Gird?oce C-H-ncH. She n 
a msn-^jjT of flie Order :f Ja*>'s 
DaL^xrs and lives at Oiesa- 
perks Broch, 

The Eav8=ds F-hr'ar^'^ gnes 
only to !^a6m!ii Wa^ hi Bayside 
mi gradjstLng frrm hi^ sci:3^h 
«• ta a prai&-,-j reci:;i«rt iri:o 
mertts fte aw«>d whik in cc^e. 

<^bers io^aDed at tiie Uay 
mee;hig of the chi> indued Mrs. 
Harry W. Fulf^rd, president; Mrs. 
M- Q- Rcper, first vice president; 
Mr;. Ja.'nes W. Eads, second vice 
president; Mrs. Martin J. Mid- 
derrig. Jr., recording secrrtary; 
and Mrs. Wm. B. Ht^es, treas- 
urer. 

The new president appointad 
Mrs. E. E. Lindden as corrn- 
poar^Dg fecretffl7 and Mrs. Than- 
as B. Petty as historian. Others 
appointed ,ta serve the. club's de- 
partments during tlie neart sA- 
minirtration were: Mrs. F. M. 
Ba^er. con-ervation; Mrs. C. G. 
Oliver, education; Mrs. R. J. 
Vellines, fine arts, home life; 
Mrs. Thcmas B. Petty, crafts; 
Mrs. Fern Neelpy, welfare; Mrs. 
J. S. Canning, health and mental 
health; Mrs. W. W. StarJield and 
Mrs. F. S. LuHFford, gerontdogy; 
Mrs. Paul T. Price, intemat^iwval 
relations; Mrs. Tinslev Leehrick, 
public affairs; and Mrs. E. A. 
Hudson, cononunicatioas. 

Mrs. Colin L. Powers, retiring 
president cf the clii), was pre- 
served with a Silver Service from 
the Clib. Mrs. Lonnie B. Jarvis 
made the presentation. 



I'^^arlu cLine . * . . 



lY OiaA EDWAItDS 




VSm OFFK:eRS elected for the Vta^ia Bi»ch ehapter of Jaycees (I. to r.) Emmet SUuer, pi^ presi- 
dent co^addath^ Dob Fatreu, the new president, Mickey Hayes, 2ttd vice president, Joe Canada, 
secretary, Bab Staotoa, M vice president, Jordan Ball. Treasurer. 



Personals 

Miss Patrrcia Sherill Golden, a 
junior at Mary Baldwin College, 
has been honored in the annual 
Literary Awards competition 
which recognizes the cdlege's top 
writers cf both prose and poetry. 
She was one of five finally who 
received a special Certificate of 
Merit fcr her play. "DestructiOT." 
In addition. Miss Golden was pre- 
sented the Cynthia Anna Durham 
Award, which is awarded to the 
junior who has (Sme the most 
for the development and promo- 
tion of poetry at Mary Baldwin. 
She is the daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. John D. Golden of 221 Cardi- 
nal Road and is editor <rf the 
campus literary magazine and a 
member of 402 Workshop, literary 
I organization. 




MR. AND MRS. CHARLES W. DANT. Mr. Dan* received the key man certificate for his outstandfaig 
work hi the Jaycees. 



PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT 



VOTE Organization 



For The 



Democratic Nominees 

For City Councilmen 

June 14, 1966 



ORGANIZATION CANDIDATES 



Bay^de Borough 

Lawrence E. Marshall 

KempsvtNe Bdrough 

Ateert L. Bonney 



Virginia Beach Borough 

[X] John W. McCombs 

Princess Anne Borough 

yS S. Paul Brown / 



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Lynnhaven Bwough 

G. Dewey Simmons, Jr 



PiiWfl» itrough 

Kenneth N. V^ltehurst 



MadrMytfir Borowh 

g] Earl M. Tebault 



At Urgo 

Robert B. Cromwell, Jr. 

Frank A. Dusch 
(X| George R. Ferrell 
(X] D. Murray Malbon 

R. R. McChesney, Democratic Campaign Mgr. 



The Virginia Beach Chapter of 
Jaycees instaUation cf officers was 
held Friday night at the Cape 
Colony Cluib. The evening started 
with cocktails at 7, followed by 
dinner and the formal installation 
of new offic«-s, dancing came 
later. 

The newly elected officers were: 
Don Fentress, President; Mickey 
Hayes, 2nd Vice President; Joe 
Canada, Secretary; Bob Stantan, 
1st Vice President and Jordan 
Ball, Treasurer. 

The decor cf the rocm matched 
: the feajcn of the year so beauti- 
! fully. The yel!ow table cloths and 
accessorira were perfectly match- 
ed. The formals all were so col- 
orful. One of the outstanding fea- 
tures of the evening was when 
Mrs. Andre Evans and Mrs. Wil- 
liam Putnam arrived in g:r.vns 
cf their own creation. Each so 
beautifully made and to their own 
taste and personality. Mrs. Evans 
gown was a shift with empire 
waist and sHts up the side. Her 
pale green shoes matched the flor- 
al print (A her dress. Mrs. Put- 
nam's formal of yellow and white 
lloral print was semi-fitted with a 
jeweled neckline. This A'as accen- 
tuated by her matching yelbw 
shoes. Mrs. Web Brawn. Jr. was 
nwst attractive in her long formal 
of green stlk with entire waist 
and decollete neck line. To offliv 
pkment her kelly gr«0) siMc for- 
nud she wore s.*K>es and earrings 
(^ gokl. 

Ilwse serai during the evaiing 
were: Mr. and Mrs. Janlaa C. 
Bd. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Rabert H. 



Ashbumer, Mr. maA Mrs. IRichard 
L. Bragg, |^. and {.Mrs. H. Web- 
ster Brown, Jr.. Mr. land Mrs. 
Joe ^Canada uid |Mr. land iMrs. 
Calvhi M. l)Mvis, Jr. 

Mr. /fuid Mrs. Aidre Evans, 
Mr. and Mrs. l^rone Evans, Mr. 
and Mrs. pen Fentreas, |M'r. {and 
Mrs. John M- Garoett, |Mr. ^nd 
Mrs. WilEam P. tGaspar, Mr. |and 
Mrs. Wiley C. lUurdl, Jr., land 
Mr. larid Mrs. C3uu1es J. Hayes, 
Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dan H. HefJn, 
Jr , Mr. and Mrs. Maurice J. 
Hunger, jMr. and IMrs. Gene A. 
Joyner, Mr. and BVi'iS. Anthany 
Katsias, Mr. and Mrs. (Thomas 
A. McKee, Mr. and Mrs. Parrish 
W. Grant, Mr. mid IMrs. Wlinam 
Pender land a.V. iind Mrs. Willhm 
M. Putnam. I 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert I'E. Rapcr, 
Mr. and Mrs. Ri^er M. Scott, 
Mr. And /Mrs. |Sam W. Scott \ind 
Mr. arjd Mrs. Wm. L. IShepheard, 
Jr. 

Next week read about Las Ve- 
ga? night at the Bay Haribor Club. 



PROPER PROCEDURE 

AD news items tA ^ei^ral ba- 
tnc (iMinll^ jbMhfc Peaths, 
oigBgeiiieBis, hMMi^, dub 
ateetiivs. 0m.\ MUlt tcome di- 
rec% ts lh« H^^ B«Mh 
Sn Mfic* Hk ^tgrnmlL de- 
■vny. U #1 MMf. tir »^ 
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McspMHst flit apJlF phi^ si 
p. n. MNn^ aaHM^fittMi date. 



Cwiventtonal 
HOME 
LOANS 

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INSURBI SAVINOS 

Cl>IW?ENT DIVIDEND RATE 

4)4% 




VIRGINM BEACH 



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SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
210 2Sth St. . . . Va. Boach 421-9331 



Mrs. Reed Elected 

. NORfiOLK Mrs. Cecil H. 

Reed a Virginia Beach has been 
elected president at tlie annual 
meeting of the Tidewater unit, 
National Association of Parlia- 
mentarians held recently at the 
First Presbyterian Church in Nor- 
folk. 

Other local women elected were 
S^rs. R. H. Owen, recording sec- 
retary; and on the executive board 
are Mrs. J. A. Bibia, correswnd- 
ing secretary; Mrs. R.-W. Spru- 
ill, h.storian;. Mrs. Erma Melt, 
finance; and Mrs. Kenneth Gim- 
bert, meir.ber^hij). 

Mrs. C. A. Wiiliamscn of Nor- 
folk vas nrmed vice president; 
Mrs. Donald FurJc, parliamentar- 
ian; Mrs. J. L. MeElligolt, edu- 
cation; Mrs. Allen V. Titus, rules 
and revisions; and Mrs. S. P. 
Hall, publicity. 

Mrs. John Carroll was elected 
a provisional member. 




Pie's 
31stCieaneri 

XS LASON ROAD 
OposHe Ciriaalal l»ore ^ 
GA 8«n 



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i9*m^^9mT*i^y 



Vows Exchanged 




MRS. VICTOR PIERRE SIMIELE 



^IMIELE-HARNER 

XENiIA, OhiD - Miss Marilyn 
Jo Harner became the bride of 
Victor Pierre S'mielc on Saturday, 
May 14 at 7:30 p.m. at a formal 
carvdlelight ceremony held in the 
First Methodist Church, Xenia. 
The Rev. Conrad 0. Diehm. pas- 
tor, and the Rsv. Dnna!d Dixon, 
of Coluir.ibus, Ob!o cerfamied tl;e 
ceremony. 

The bride is the daughter. 'J. Mr. 
and Mrs. Charles F. HarR?r of 
Xen'a. The b"idgeSrcom is a son 
of Dr. and Mr?. Victrrv .'Vn'.hony 
Simiele of Lanca>tcr. Ohii. 

Given in marriag? by h^ tathor, 
the bride wore a frrmsl fnwn of 
peaa de soie slvlrd with c rpi -e 
bodice featuring a bptteau neck- 
line and A-line "-kirt A jewsl c'us- 
ter accented the crater d 'J\s 
bo^'ee. An organza silk eyelet rcd- 
ingote cover^d^ the "nwn. It w?5 
fashioned with a b'teau nrtkiin? 
and elbow length sleeves and end- 
ed in a cha^el length train. Th? 
veil was of silk ilks-on caualit It 
a double Dior b.ow of wh'te ev?lpt 
Her flowers were a ca-c?de of 
white orchid? and ?t"rhanot's. 

Matron d ht^or was Mrs. R ■'> 

■ ert Knislev of Xcn'a. s"~tcr of f-: 

bride and her mnid ;)f h"-io!' wns 

Miss Sharrn Wr.rncr ' X. n- V':k. 

N. Y. Br'dcmr.'ds \v?re Mi.ss Be'- 



ty Bullcck of Jamaica, N. Y.; 
Mi?s Dcttie York, of Sea Cliff, 
N. Y. and Miss Betsy Harner of 
Xenia, sisiter c'^ the bride, was 
junior bride?ma:d. Flower girl was 
Amy Knisley, Xenia, niece of the 
bride. 

Serving as best man was David 
L. Simiele of Canton, Ohio, broth- 
er of the grocm. Ushers were Carl 
G:'^n. Wrst Lafavetie, Indiana; 
M'.ci.ael Fcley, Columbus. Ohio; 
Jim Moore, Dayton, Ohio; and 
Edward Wright, Virginia Bea:h. 

Fon;:wing the ceremony, a re- 
c ti:n was held in the L'ans Den, 
Fail born. O^-io. 

The bride received her Bachelor 
(if Art; degree freiTi Ohio W:sley- 
an University in Djesmber, 1985. 
S'.c is £n-..)l3yed as a Social Work- 
er. 

The grnom aUsndsd Miami Uni- 
versilv, and the University of 
Maryknd E.x.cnsion in Madrid, 
Fnln whJe serving with the U. S. 
.-Mr Force. He is a graduate of 
t'.-i Cincirfnati College cf Mortuary 
F'i^nce and is as'eiated with the 
St' lo Funeral H>me, Virginia 
Bea:h. 

After a wcdd'r ^ tr'i to. Char- 
! .Itesville. Lie couple will be at 
hme at 108 Fir Avenue, Virginia 
Hr.h. 




MRS. RlCliAftD PR.VNt'IS McCORMICK, III 



McCORMACK-NORTON 

Miss Janice Marie Norton . of 
Virginia Beach and Emign Rich- 
ard Francis MeCormaek Hllof 
Delhi, New York were married 
•Saturday at 11 a.m. in Our Lady 
^f Victory, Chapel, United States 
Naval Base. Norfolk. The Rev. R. 
p. Beck performed the ceremony. 

Jhe bride is the daughter cf 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Norton. 
The bridegroom i.s the son cf Mr. 
and Mrs. Richard F. McCormaek, 
Jr. of Federal Hill, Delhi. New 
York. 



NWCA Regional Meeting Bridge Tournament 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, May 26, 1966 



1^9 3UA 



OCEANA — Naval traction re- 
ceived a rude jcit here when « 
group of Navy wiv^, delegates to 
the Navy Wives C!id>s of Aittierica 
Southeast Regional Meeting took 
\kp residence in the Gynmasiuni 
alxiaVd the Oceana Naval Ail- Sta- 
tion. 

CajAain D. C Rumsey II. Ccm- 
n»anding Officer gave an address 
of welcome to the delegatbn at 
the o'lening session. The Prayer, 



lar*^; Pre«dent's annual re^-^rts 
and worksiups. Social activities 
included a tour -d! NWS Oceana. 

The dskgates were entertained 
by the Navy's Special Show Band 
from Jhe Naval Schcol of Music, 
Little Creek ArtnohToious Base, di- 
recttd by Frank G. Forgoine. 

The cbsing banquet was held at 
the Seahorse Club wiiu Mrs. Irvin 
Cehrs and Mrs. Clin'ton Haugen, 
chairman and co-chairman re rec- 



was crfered by Chaplain WarrenK,Mve!v. After dnner mws'e wa 



L. Best. 

Among those insattendanee were 
Mrs. Kenneth Smith, Niticnal 
President: Mrs. Carl Plavid:!, 
Southea 't Regional Vice President 
who .presided at th? meeting; Mrs. 
J&meis Counts, National Pariia- 
mentarian; Mrs. Edward Russell, 
Jr., Past National President and 
acting Regional Secretary-Treasur- 
er; Mrs. Joseph Shelbv, Past Na- 
tional President and W%. Joseph 
Bogp, Presidoit oif the hostess 
club No. 143. 

Included iji the business ses- 
sions of the three-day meeting 
were discussion of local pd re- 
gional pr&jects and activities; 
amendments to the Regional by- 



"furnished by the Destroyer Flotilla 
4 Band fro,m NOB Nopi'olk. 

Among tho-se addressing the 
prcir) at the banquet were Cs-iain 
.lohn L. Arringten. C:mmandin!:» 
Officer cf F\.\WTC, Dam Ne?k;, 
Cdr. J. D. Ifft, Executive OTcsr 
cif NA.S Ocpana and Mr?. Carl 
piav'd^I. >'^'^"'^ ^.'^utheast Re- 
gional Vice President. 

Guest speaker for the evening 
was Cdr. H. E. Gerhard. Com- 
mander of Carrier Air Wing 7 who 
showed sli<le« and a film on "Why 
Viet N£m." Cdr., Gerhard has re- 
cently returned from Viet Nam. 

A total of $380.00 was donated by 
dubs to the NWCA Scholarship 
Foundation. 



VIROI'N-IA BEACH - The Vir- 
ginia State Bridge Association, a 
unit of American Contract Bridge 
Laague, will hold its annual Vir- 
ginia Beach tournament at the 
Cavalier ifctei on the 27th, ^Xti; 
»th and 30th of May. 

The fallowing events are ished- 
uled: men's and wanen's pairs, 
Friday, 2:00 pm.; mixed pairs, 
Friday, 8:00 o.:ti.; master pairs 
(iplayers mu^t liave 50 or more 
.master Ouintsi, 2:00 p.m. and 
*8:Ca p m., Sat-rday. 

^ipejial one session open fai; 
garne. 2:00 n.m. and 8:(K) p.i:!. 
Sal-rday; u en pairs, 2:00 p.m. 
and 8:00 nm. Sunday; consola- 
tion C'pen fair game: 8:00 p.m. 
Sunday; team cl four, 1:00 p.m. 
and 7:(M p.m. Monday. 

The folloTA'ing will be available 
to all entrants: Danish and cof- 
f:;e after evening session on Fri- 
day, biil^i breakfast a'ter eve- 
ning session on Saturday, cold 
plate after evening session on Sun- 
day, buffet between sessions of 
team game on Monday. 





NEW OFFICERS of the Kempsville VVc-ian's Ciab were in-.taHed lanl wet- at the Bay Harbor CluB 
following the annual luncheon. Standings (left to u^ it) Mrs. R jsroc M, Whitfield, prcJdenl; Mrs. W. 
M. Newbern, first vice president; Mrs. 7.1. B. .lonts, sctor.d vi<e president; Mrs. Phillip Mcekins, t!ilrd 
vice president; and Mrs. W. D. Maroulis. corresjioi. Jing sicretary. .Staled are Mrs. R. L_ Walker, trCM- 
urer; Mrs. R. E. Dorer. recording secretary; and Mi ;. R. F. Humphries, parliamentarian. Absent from 
the picture is Mrs. E. L. Hudgins, liistoflan. In;tall'.ng oliHcr was .Mrs. ( arl Dowe, former president 
of the Cavalier Junior Woman's Club. A choral gro up Irom liaysidc High school entertained the mem- 
bers. (Staff photo by Padrick) 



Plaque Unveilbig 



BIRDNECK POINT GARDEN CLUB installed new officers for the coming year in the home of Mrs. J. 
C. Fears, during ceremonies held last week. Pictured left to right are Mrs. W. R. Huck. treasurer, 
Mrs. W. H. Johnsen, second vice president; Mrs. P.aul Gallup, president; Mrs. R. S. Right, first vice 
president; Mrs. J. C, Fears, Jr., recording secretary; and Mrs. Leon Johnson, corresponding secre- 
tary, (staff photo by Padrick) 

Birdneck Point GC Celebrates Birthday 



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Linoleum Fbors 




/ting^uish room! In homi'S, of 
fices, shops, these Individ 
ually Designed LinoU-um 
Floors confer -marti "olor 
.^ontra-t disiincHon v,},ii h tn. 
other floor trcnlmi'nt '-a'! 
mutch, riilors, motifs — 
"Chtt-acter !" in a word — 
that give lonp-lived sjTvic" 
at modPTStp f!r»t-ro«tI M!'^ 
we g'ive you an o'timatc'' 

J, C. Law & Sons 

3518 Colt«y Ph MA 5-0439 
NORFOLK. VIRGINIA 



The br de was given away in 
marriago by her father. Miss 
Kathleen Dwyer of Trenton, New 
Jersey, was the maid of honor. 
.'\ttendiP3 as bridesmaids were 
Miss Margaret A. Norton, sister 
of the bride, and Miiss Patricia 
Ann Benze of Virginia Beach. 

Chailes Fcskett, Jr. of North- 
port. Long Island, was best man. 
Groomsmen were Edward Milli- 
yun cf S)ringfi3ld. Penn.sylvania 
and Thrmas M. Norton, brother 
cf (lie bride. 

, A recc;;tijn was held at the 
CommLssioncl Officers Club, Unit- 
ed States Naval Base, Norfolk. 
.\fter a wedding trp to the West 
(' o4, Ensign and Mrs. McCor- 
!'\ ; k will reside in Port Hueneme, 



VIRGINIA BEACH - March 17 
marksd the 14th birthd^.y cf the 
Birdneck Pc'.nt Garden Club when 
the menrih^rs were entrrtained et 
a party at the home cf Mrs. J. C 
Fears, Jr. Assisting were Mrs. 
T. L. Johnson, Mr?. W. H. Lyons 
and Mrs. Leon Johnson. Punch 
was served and a lovely caka 
decorated to represent a spring 
bonntt served as an appropriate 
ceateripiece until desjcrt time. 
Party sandwiches and coflfee 
rounded off a delightful bu'ffet. 

Annual awards went to various 
menrj'oers participating in the 
cl b's I activities for outstanding 
achievements. Mrs. Karl Wunder 
was the recipient of a silver Re- 
vere bowl for her door decoration 
at Christmas time. Mrs. Paul 
GalR-.p received the award for the 
most arrangements djrir'g the 
year and Mrs. Frank Cox for the 
most horticulture. 

Mrs. Cox, the out-going presi- 
dent, was presented a lovely clus- 
ter of green glass grapes and she 
in turn le'ft in the Club library 'a 
most interesting bo(k on wild 
flowers, so appropos. 



Judges frcm the Brc?d Bay 
Garden Ciib, Mrs. T. E. Hiirlsy, 
Mrs. M. E. Bhir and Mrs. C. L. 
F.rg.-.n, } C^d -'^^ c:-r;33ei 
^and t: _:irs (hsts made cf fr^-h 
or dried nuteriais) worn bv tiiose 
who made them. Mrs. Vincent 
Lcscara received a "old ribioon 
while Mrs. Paul Jtall.j, Mrs. G. 
C. Davis, Jr., Mrs. Karl Wundsr 
and Mns. J. D. Dee, Sr. were 
given blue ribbons and red rib- 
bons went to Mrs. Wunder, Mrs. 
G. A. Sharp and Mrs. R. W. Craw- 
ford. 

At the anniversar\' party it is 
the cuftcm to install new cfiicers 
for the coming year. Mrj. Fenton 
Priest, who was nresantcd with 
one of the r'bbon-winning corsag- 
es, installed the following officers: 
Mrs. Paul Gallup, president; Mrs. 
Rufu'' Ki?Ht. first vice ores'dent; 
Mrs. W. H>Jchnsen, spccrd v'ce 
president; Mrs. J. C. Fears, Jr., 
rt cording secretary; ,Mrs. W. R. 
Hr''k. tre;.s.Ter; and Mrs. l^eon 
Jchnron, correspopding secretary. 

June 25 was set as the date for 
the club's covered dish dinner to 



which- the hjsbands will be in- 
vited. ' 



Wood! mr St CC 

LYNNf!AVEN - Mrs. William 
H. Cobna Jr. has been installed 
as the new nresidsnt of Woodhurst 
Garden club at the annual installa- 
tion luncheon held recently at the 
White Heron. Othsr new officers 
are Mrs. Merrill Y. Dugger, vice 
president; Mr?. Thcmas R. Fra- 
z'er. sscretarv; and Mrs. Richard 
E. Snry, treasurer. 

Horticulture a.vard fir the year 
wrs pre.-ented to Mrs. <^rrv. The 
arr?ngriTent award went to Mrs. 
k. H. M'^t^'merv. , 

A check in the amount of $50 has 
be n pre enfed to the American 
Legion Auxiliary Shoe Bank. 



ISLE OF WIGHT - On Satur- 
day May 28th at 12 Noon the Suf- 
[oik Cha'.ter The Virginia Sxiety 
Colonial Dames of the XVII Cen- 
tury will unveil a plaque at St. 
Luke's Church, in Isls of Wi^ht 
County. 

The olaqu3 was giv^n by, the 
Sufiolk Cha-ter, and will be 
mounted on a brick pedestal and 
placed on the left hand side as one 
enters ths church. The wordir^^ 
on the plaque is a: follows: 

St. Luke's Church 
Mother Chu."ch of Warrasquyoako 
r.jw hb of Wight County. 
The earlitst orig'nal Gothic 
structure in the Unit"d States 
:.' Anoe.'ica. An unique bridge 
bf .'cen our civilization and 
t'^" rich culture of medieval 
Eurcpe. 

• With the Colon'al Dames' 
' standard signature) 

St. Luke's Church for many 
years was called "Old Brick 
Church." It was built in 1632, and 
is massive Gcthic in style lik"; 
the ruin" of the church at James- 
t:vn. St. Luk2's Ls the oldest brick 
Protestant c'nurch in \.Ti°rica. T'e 
windows' are round-arch ;d and 
theresare four -en each s'de. The 
rocf is very si.^z^, and an imu-is- 
'rg .-"jUare tcwr stirds in front 
( f the neve of the c'li'rch. The 
tewer has a lew round arched en- 
trance, and ibove. in the second 
section of the tower, there are 
three round-arched w'ndows. In 
the third and ton secti'jn of the 
tcwer. the thro? round-arched 
oeninss are latticed, and 'not 
glassed in. The* three staRe? of the 
t%wer are divided by strir^ cours- 
es cf brtck. 

The ch'.Tch was n'"'''e?t"d from 
1777 until IS'l. T'i°n in lff?0 it was 
abandon'-d. In ^^^ a gre?t stirn 
.■^truck and partWHv wr^ked the 
buildi ng. In IStiO restoration be- 
gan. 



ftsiiw'aft* 







In 1865 Federal Batlerles like this were se«n 
around Nofl^lk ... 

H. D. Oliver then had begun its 100-ye'ar service 
to Tidewater. 

T!".03e verr th" trrrib'c yca-s for N;ir'-."k . . . but {\^ c'ty 
emsrced fr;:m t':c con 'ict and ''>;5:n to rfb i'd. H. D. 
Oliver b'Pan ':rv:r- the crmrr.unitv in i.r.5 bv providi"? 
i'spified ar.i .fi.'s^v a iia c. .1 :i ,d i.,:r al servi';^ '^r s.ll. 
-T l,\y. ICR y: ;s i:-te^ tl:e re ■;:. H D river- :t~-1s f^r 
the [in- if a:':! tiie mo'-t rcrrc'^J '■■ •rvie-'s. \n (X'eiene- 
cd it.'.f ard tx"e'ient '.Til^tirs, T.e'uJ'r.g a '■:'c:nd r.cv 
• home.iit Virpinia Beach a-^urc y u oi the most competent 
hji\d '. g 0.' i7. v.:ur n:-ds. C-jil en H. D. Oliver firs'. 

Harry D. and James B. Oliver 



NORrOtK CAU. »I««»HA HMN OMl 




NCmrOLK CALL 

•22-7393 

Monlal 4 Shlrtay 



42I-7III 



Mrs. Mayor F. FoTler, a mem- 
b"^" of the Virsinia Beech Garden 
Clvb, was elected as one of tho 
d re ■tr"s-at-'arge at the recent 
Annual Meeting of the Garden 

Club of Virginia held in Charbttes- 

" ft 

ville. 



MONAHAN-ACKISS 

VIRGINIA BEACH - The wed- 
ding of Miss Nancy Caroline Ack- 
iss and Joseph Francis Monahan 
i<xk place May 21 in St. Pius X 
Roman Catholic Church in Nor- 
folk. Ttie Rev. .Roland Melody of- 
ficiated. 

The brkie is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Clay Ackiss 
of Back Bay. The bridegroom's 
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Rigis 
Edward Monahan of Virginia 
Beach. 

(Matron of honor was Mrs. 
Charles Montieth Howard, the 
bridegroom's sister. Best man was 
Charles Montieth He^*•ard. broth- 
er-in-law of the bridegrown. 



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liJOsmtowBff 

JAQC P. JMOO.^ JR. 



Ii ftt p«t rflirt IB Virslvia Beaek. Va., uder the act af March S, IT 



OoWie dtty-rMJi p«r 



'MY WIFESAYS THE CRAB - GRASS 
BACK HOME IS TERRIBLI...' 



pITOtlAUY SPEAKING 



^ 



Harry F. Byrd, Jr. For The Senate 



We have known Harry F. Byrd, St. 
for s^eral years. We have seen him 
several times lately, and we are con- 
vinced that he thrives on political cam- 
paigning. In his recent visits to Virginia 
Beach we have noted a new drive and 
iwce in the Senator that we had never 
seen befcKe. We are convinced that 
this is the real Harry Byrd, Jr., who has 
finally stood up. 

Jror many y^rs Harry, Jr., stood in 
the ^ladow of his father, and chose not 
to run ftx" high public office while his 
father was a United States Senator. His 
rttafor rtason for this refusal to run for 
Governor was to keep those against 
him frwn daiming "dynasty." Now this 
is the very issue being used against him 
in the campaign. His superior ability in 
governmental affairs is not even con- 
sidered by those who make this claim. 
And as far as we are concerned, the 
claim is a faulty one. Regardless of his 
family connections, Senator Byrd is 
highly qualified to serve both the State 
of Virginia and the United States of 
America. 

For many years he has unwittingly 
be^ groomed for the job by virtue of 
his family ties. Before he even went tp 
Washington as a Senator, he knew a 
great number of Congressmen and 
Senators quite well. He had been 
arourxj governmental affairs since his 
childhood. He wa$ well acquainted 
with governmental procedures before 
he went to Washington. Because he 
was, the adaptation from State Senator 
to United States Senator was not a diffi- 
cult one for him. 

During his 1 8 years in the State Sen- 
ate he served with diligence. He was 



not as vocal as some of the other mem- 
bers of that august body, particularly 
some who wished to stand in the way 
of good government, but his vote al- 
ways reflected deep thought and what 
he considered the .best interests of the 
State of Virginia. 

Harry, Jr., is not an eloquent speaker, 
but he speaks with the sincerity and 
conviction that exemplify the best quali- 
ties of a United States Senator. His re- 
cent speechap in Virginia Beach have 
ranged- in subject from tourism in Vir- 
ginia to support of our armed forces 
In Viet Nam. He has spoken sensibly on 
both national and international prob- 
lems. He has already proved his ability. 
His voting record in the United States 
Senate, where he has now served for 
better than six months, is a solid one. 
It reflects sound judgment and superior 
leadership. It also reflects one of the 
most important aspects of government 
today . . . progressive thinking. 

Senator Byrd is no longer "Little 
Harry," partly overshadowed by the 
aura surrounding his father. And in the 
final analysis, we begin to believe he 
was never really "Little Harry" at all. 
He has now proved to all Virginians 
his ability to serve and his willingness 
to discuss all the issues during this 
grinding campaign. 

AAost people agree that his opponent 
in the July DemoclStic Primary has not 
managed to get his campaign off the 
ground. Harry Byrd, Jr., has had his 
off the ground since the beginning, and 
he won't stop until he wins his first 
hard-fought term on Capitol Hill ... on 
his own. We take pride in supporting 
the candidacy of Harry F. Byrd, Jr. 




The Scourges Of The City 



A Salute To The Unsung Heroes 



We are celebrating Rescue Squad 
Week, and all of us should pause and 
think about how lucky the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach really is to have so many 

Memorial Day Remembered 

Memorial Day is not a sacred holiday. 
It is usually associated with fun. We 
would not change this if we could. But 
we would that the citizens of Virginia 
Beach would take just a moment to re- 
flect upon the significance of this holi- 
day. 

We should all remember the thou- 
sands of American fighting men who 
died to keep our land free. We should 
remember that more will die on strange 
battlefields for the same purpo<te. We 
should remember with pride and re.'er- 
ence on this Memorial Day the princi- 
ples for which our country stands. This 
Is the way we will celebrate our Me- 
nrK>rial Day. 

We will look at each flag of our 
country flying that day, and treat it with 
4^everence. This is not done by as many 
today as in the past. We do not refer 
to demonstrations or protesting, but to 
the jp'eat number of people who do not 
give our flag the proper respect. 

We were shocked last Saturday 
wNle watdiing the Armed Forces Day 
Pardd$ how many p^^ple, adults and 
chikfren alike who did not even rise 
fr<xn the curb when the colors passed 
by. Scwncthing has apparently happen- 
9d M i^triottsm, and we do not like 
th^^icMMertiing. 

yi m iHft i ha ife oors^ves to these 
ikm iwrpOMi cm iflis /Menvyial Dey, 
s^n « wt enjoy Hie fruits of the 
seM«i. 



excellent rescue squads. No city that 
we have ever heard of has finer pro- 
tection from its rescue squads than 
does Virginia Beach. 

The members of the squads are vol- 
unteers who simply wish to serve. They 
give of their time and their efforts. They 
strive to learn more about rescue work 
continually. They are always there 
when they are needed. They have re- 
ceived numerous commendations from 
citizens in the past, and never has there 
been a valid complaint against any 
member or the service he was perform- 
ing. What better record can any group 
have? 

We have never needed the services 
of the rescue squads personally, and we 
hope we never do need them, but we 
are secure in the confidence we have 
in the squads and their members. Time 
after time, we have watched a squads- 
man arrive at a scene of violence or 
tragedy promptly, and set about his 
work dutifully, quickly and with a high 
degree of proficiency. Many a person 
in the city of Virginia Beach today owes 
his life to the fine work of a volunteer 
rescue squadsman. - 

These are dedicated men, and they 
deserve our full support. There are 
those who have suggested that Virginia 
Beach should have regular paid firemen 
and rescue personnel. Perhaps this will 
come about soon, as our city continues 
to grow. But it will not rome about be- 
cause of a lack of comp)etent personr>el 
in any emergency we^ace today. 

Our sincen^ con^atulaticms to all 
the members of all the squads for a job 
always well dom. 



Just about this same time every y^ar, 
as soon as the weather becomes de- 
lightfully pleasant and the sap rises in 
the limbs, the City of Virginia Beach, 
unfortunately like so many other cities, 
is invaded by the most nefarious, mali- 
cious and difficult-to-eradicate insects 
know to man. No repellent or bug 
bomb is effective against the creature. 
It is against the law to step on them or 
hit them with fly swatters or balled-up 
newspapers. There is a law against' 
them, but so little is done to enforce 
the law that they continue to thrive and 
multiply. As we drove through much 
of Virginia Beach last weekend, we 
noted with displeasure that, although 
they had not been entirely dormant dur- 
ing the winter, they are back again in 
full force doing their untold amount of 
damage. 

Lest our readers suddenly rush for 
cover, we had best explain. The insect 
to which we refer is a two-legged one, 
of many sizes, shapes, colors and 
forms, and one supposed to possess 
a well-developed nervous system. It is 
hard for us to understand how these 
specimens described above can exist a? 
all, particularly when they ought to 
know better. We refer to the "Trashica 
Rattus Phinque," commonly known as 
the "litterbug." 

Not only along our beaches and high- 
ways is the work of the litterbug once 
again in evidence, but we can also see 
his handiwork in parking lots at shop- 
ping centers, along re^dential streets, 
and almost anywhere we look. This is 
regrettable. ', 

We are obviously aware that the 
only way littering can be stopped is 
through the efforts of all individuals 
with pride in neatness and cleanliness. 
All the reminders and signs cannot ac- 
complish this. It takes a little time and 
effort by everyone. 

Last summer there were a very few 
arrests and convictions under the litter 
law, and the law does remain on the 
books. We wish to see it enforced to a 
great extent. Since so many people ob- 
viously lack the ability to be neat, per- 
haps the Police Department can help a 




Let me ^nimx nqri^. Wf 
aaoK it N. S. Crow. My factfjr 
and I moved tj Virginia B«K* 
a cwifte of »ear8 ago wto Ow 
Chesa^ke Bay Bridge Tumid 
mws ft* opened. Many of my rd- 
atlves migrated here at Uie same 
time, since the rnfcol of the 
new ccsrnlex was »^h a gwd 
Kksoeae trf our favorite unde, 
Marvin Segal. Snce that may 
cause some coofagon, ,,lci me ex- 
l^in that his name wa? accifcrt- 
ally changed s:nie years ag?» by 
an K»cciT.i.>ctent derit when he ao- 
pKtd for a n^rtort. Since that 
time he Has been kncwn as Mar- 
vin Sea^iD. 

From the leftv r«^ ' ^^ 
home, I see many Wags 
srme worft talkn" abottt, aai 
f«T»e iic4 worth talkaig about. It 
seems that most of the ttflring, 
thoii^. is about the thii^ not 
worth taNcing about. And that 
seems to be the story rigW now 
in the heat of the campaign for 
the Democratic n >nination for 
Ur ted States Senator from Vir- 
ginia. 

Where we used to live on the 
Jersey coast before the factories 
there polluted the water so and 
killed off 50 many of my friends, 
jvp]itic= "-as rarojv dipcu^pd ex- 
oapt right around elections. Tilings 
are sure u'.Verent in Virginia 
Beach. And it seeans to me that 
those in office now are not the 
ones caudng all the problems. 

The way I see it in my daily fly- 
over, it ariears that all kinds of 



b Meg ittfNi^ Op by 
tnMc enuyllf w^ WfHilc spttl, 
"fiEiitag.'' IIk sriv MRMHt is 
Umm Uka ant mmg iot nne- 
tUflg toi^i^. 

We reaQr Bee Virf^ Beach. 
It is a fJBt, {ffcgress^ cS^. I 
Jiiat caa't eee why tbost fo!ks 
keep trykg to fbid ia^Keatians of 
this" aiid "Mqartkn cf a«t." 
H^ouMn't H be better if ^ just 
accepted it al! at htx viAie. 
Even seme news r.^wta^ get in 
en the act. Tley aeaixA for fa- 
miliar faces to crowds. They a?ec- 
utefte on thin^ tiiey itasw can 
never come to pass. They ctioose 
one side af tte pt^cid fence, Aen 
thee^r. 

Ihe trovbtemdcers wtrtdi the p> 
litkal powers conaUHi^. Perii^s 
dtey would like our vantage point 
better. It gives a mudi beMer and 
unDbstructed view. We can see 
each time they scratch tlKir nos- 
es, and that must mean some- 
tiiiing. accwdii^ to the trouble- 
makers. Of course, from hers, it 
locks like their noses might itch. 

We have recently taken a sum- 
mer place in the 3100 bk>di of 
Pacific Avenue, throuj^ the cour- 
tesy cf the Vli^faiia Beadi Sun. 
Perhaps from here we wUl be 
better able to witaiess every heart- 
beat of the campi^. . . 

IMe^nwhiM, we tnM #• There 
seems to be a strong headwind 
which couW delay my getting back 
to my little kwenest. See you 
next wedc. 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



few of them and set an example for 
others like them. 

All we want is a clean gity. devoid 
of the garbage and trash where it 
should not be. We do not believe that 
is too much to ask, and we respectfully 
request the cooperation of everyone in 
this campaign to stamp out litterbugs. 

it Has Come Again - At Last 

There were times this year when we 
had our doubts, but the weatherman, 
finally got together with the calendar 
boys and the folks at the Virginia Beach 
Chamber of Commerce. They managed 
to settle the season down, and our be- 
lated springtime is here. And this week- 
end marks the unofficial beginning of 
the tourist season in Virginia Beach. The 
tourists are indeed welcome once more 
to our fair city. 

Tourism is still the second largest in- 
dustry in Virginia Beach. The first, in- 
cidentally is farming. We look forward 
each year to the advent of the summer 
season in Virginia Beach. It brings with 
if not only good weather and a hustle- 
bustle of fun and frolic, but also a bevy 
of beauties in bikinis and a great boom 
to the economy of our city. 

This year, a record number of tourists 
will come to Virginia Beach. They will 
spend more money than ever before. 
They will find more thing to do and 
more places to go than ever before. 
They will find a city, made up of resi- 
dents who welcome visitors and will 
do as much as possible to make the 
visitors comfortable. 

We hope our summer friends will 
take advantage of the new and exciting 
recreational facilities. We hope they 
will travel our improved roads. We 
hope they will visit our shopping cen- 
ters as well as our beaches. We hope 
they have a grand time and that they 
will leave Virginia Beach reluctantly,/ 
with plans to return again soon. [ / 

'Tis the season of the sun-worshijy 
per, and the season that Virginia Beach 
enjoys itsell the most. It has come again 
at last. ^ * 



when a much needed item 
grows scarce the demand increas- 
es and prices advance. This used 
to be called "The Supply and De- 
mand Ratio.' 

The Federal Gov«Timent, dur- 
ing the past several years, has 
tried to check-rein this free-wheel- 
ing theory. The results have been^ 
a mixture of gciod and bad. 

There is one area of human ac- 
tivity where this "supply and de- 
mand theory" wiil always work. 
For the benefit of our youflj. If 
you discover this area jmd work 
at it, ycu can set your prite and 
pr'Db?rjly get it. Don't, hawevw", 
think you can fake your way 
through. R will be imipossftle, be- 
cause your daily performance will 
leave indefible teH-tale tracings. 

This human character comnwd- 
ity has a precious name and it is 



amost a "Lost Art." 
guess — just listen now; it's 
""Ilorou^neSs." 
Ed. L. Applegate 
If you don't know, and can't 



Dear Mrs. Barnes: 

On bdialf of the Ladies Auxil- 
iary to the Virginia Beach Bor- 
ough Fire Department and my- 
self, I. would like to thank you for 
all you" have done to he'i? make 
our Norwegian Lady Ceremoiiy a 
success. I do not believe that I 
would be far from wrong in stot- 
ing ih^ the piJblk:i(y yoo gave 
to our Auxiliary was almost the 
only kind that we received. You 
were nmst thoughtful in giving us 
the extra cbfpings md pfctures. 
Thanking you again for your co- 
<q)eradon. 

Very truly yours, 

Mrs. J. K. Lamm « 



Fort Story's Tower For Peace' 

FORT STORY - We spent a 
half day at Fort Story on Armed 
Farces Da7 visiting the training 
areas and observing the many sol- 
diers operating the a-n^rfiibious V3- 
hides and landii^ craft. Trorcs 
trained at Fort Story are nyx per- 
forming misricns in all carts d 
the w:r'd, including V!rt Nam, 
a-d is contrljuting greatly to na- 
tional security. 



"Itie equipment displayed gave 

'us a clearer understanding of the 
role Fort Strry plavs in defenss 
of o'jr nation and tj^s free world. 

Open "for the benefit of the n>'b- 
Jic was the Armed Forces display 
area with a bus going every hour 
for Niks site rides and LARC 



rides. The latter we thoroughly 
enjoyed. 

We visited the launch area, the 
cd^Tiinistrative area, the fire con- 
trol area, the officers open nness, 
the KCO mess, the service club, 
the post th^ktre and ch«q;)el. 

Wt had previously been to ths 
memfrial cross and claril>ed the 
Etc-s of the old lighthouse, built 
in 1791, which is now the symbol 
cf Virg'nia Beach. 

Military p"'ice answered ques- 
tions, tlK EoWiers were most cour- 
tetus, and lu^ch of hot dogs, 
hanrburgers, and cold drinks were 
served by the teenage clubs, chil- 
■'"•' of the men stationed at Fort 
Story. 



PROCLAMATION 



Bowers Leave Beach 



Wt'.EEEAS, The Virginia Beach Resque Squad is an integral part 
of the VirgJiia Association of Resque Squade with forty-^tWo motors 
Uoiuntsering their time and services twcnty-fcur hours a day in provid- 
^g First Aid Treatmer.! aixi «nergency transportation to anyone re- 
quiring inmiediate assnstance in cases of sudden illness w acckient, or 
/^wten imexj^cted sftuations arise which mi^ mean the dilterenoe be- 
tween life or death, and 

\\'MEREAS, Each of the^ volunteer membars must measure up 
to the rigid qualifications and standards set forth a^ necessary for the 
flawless executkm of the rervices they are pledged to render, and 

VllimEAS, These volunteers devote their time, knouMge and 

experience and keep well informed in an effort to be up-bn^Ste on all 
f^nr ^tUfJpntQ ^^ ^^^^ ^"^ methods (A First Aid and life savii« developmenU, in 
K^UA, LjgUUVIHO order to betta- carry out thdr Arties and respoosiblUti^ and 



(Continued From Page 1A> 

cOH>wner of the MarshaHs pre- 
sented the men with replicas ci 
the Norf(rfk mace and a book 
about TkJefwater hi9t{»7. 

.\bout 400 well-wishers lined the 
l)each for the send-off and about 
ten yachts escort^i the "Puffin " 
to the three mile linit. At that 
poiirt the roners were kit to 
themselves and the s^. 

Hoare and J^ffistine tdd re- 
porters that the "Pitffin" bad been 
mtckmy^ deeigD^l fo an Atlan- 



tic crossing and that thev had 
no misgi\nngs about the tr^. 

Biff re they left, the men had 
plaimed to raw 50 to GO miles a 
day, but a ^oog south-west^ly 
bree^ kefi pushing them bsck 
every time Aey wouH gain a little 
headway. Whai they would siop 
rowing at m^ they would begin 
losing aB iiiy had gamed durii^ 
the day. 

.4s o/ press tkne last ni^. the 
men were sUfl ganw to cantioue 
on their way, and refused to ^e 
i4> ^ try it <^B iMcr. 



(Continued From Page lA) 

neliussen, Ricky Graffy, Ed Deid- 
hakk. Mike Sdu-oeder. Charles 
W»d, and IlKXiias ftnwn 

Sixteen other students aha n- 
caved scholarships. They at-e Cam 
Buyd, Card Bnnkkouse. Leonard 
I^inifl. Mm Suba:^ III. Thomas 
Galla^r, Sherry Hi&igs. Ken 
Jeuap, Sieve Jodo, Kara Kan- 
K£l»eh, Dooaki La bgre, Miil 
I^tfrabee, Rid^ M^crs. Hmmi 
Mivrit. lyn BiUn^, Rnrii Stai.Oi 

MS WUSB HCHHVy. 



MrmE^\S, Their contributions and dedk>ated services Imivs wrved 
not only (his camnwiky but the entire siaroundir^ area: 

NOW. TIffSlHORE, I Frank A. Dusch. May* of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia <te hereby prodaim the we* of y^ 

^ May 2M8, 1966 



R280UE SQUAD WEEK 

and cal t^cn sMdmr dtitens to join with me in s^utnig these yMJg 
Tom in recopMtkm of iti0 mny sCTvices and sacrtficra In mtt b:baV. 

Oiv^Vder my hmd (bitWtdmyci May, less. 

_ , S/ frank A. Diwi, Utt^ 



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New 'Disaster ControV Truck For Squad 



i\miGCN3 A. ©EACH - WUliam H. 
PhiDips, cajitain of tht Virginia 
Beach Rescue Squad, unveiled a 
$10,000 piece of equipment Friday 
that the squad had recantly ac- 
quired. 

Phillips said the vehicle, a "dis- 
aster control" truck carries var- 
ious types of equipment to fight 
any kind of disaster — fraTi a hur- 
ricane to an explosion. 

Th3 truck is row in use by the 
squad, but is net yet fu'ly equlp- 

ed. Phi'.'Iifs jaid it do?s carry 
three complete first aid boxes 
new 



In addition, Phillips said, the 
truck now has a portable genera- 
tar, cutting torch, power taals, a 
portabh hydraulic jack, a.d a 
large tarJc of oxygen. 



Little League 
Game Results 



MASTER COMMITTEE coordinated plans for the VliglnJa Beach Golden Horse Show. Co-chairmen are 
Bmce Jones (left, standing) of the Kcmpsvilie Raritan Club are Mrs. George Jackins (not shown) of 
the co-sponsoring Kempsville Woman's Club. Other Rurltan master conunUtee members are Stanley 
jlludglns (standing, right) and Rq^rt Shelbum. club president (seated). Mrs. Bruce Jones (seated left) 
and Mrs. S. A. Meade are advisors from Kempsville Woman's Club. Left, seated, is Mrs. Laura Lambe 
from the dtjr'i News Bureau who is assisting the spwi soring clubs id coordination ttid publicity. (Boice. 
photo) 

Golden Horse Show Plans Big 



VIRGINIA BEACH - A golden 
horso shoe at the door of the din- 
ing room in the Black Angus and 
at the speslksr's head tslbk, and 
golden horse shoe pins for boosters 
of a really big horse ^ow being 
promoted for the benefit of retard- 
ed children and other charities, 
plus the "gdden tones" of the 
various speakers symbalized the 
theme at the kick-off luncheon for 
the Virginia Beach Golden Horse 
Show, 

Honse fanciers from 17 states are 
expected to come to Great Neck 
Stables, on Great Neck road next 
to Oox Hi^ school, to compete 
for the $10,000 prize moneys. The 
show will Include 75 events with 
men, won«n, and chiklren to ride 
in hunter, jmnper, walking horse, 
western and three and five-gaited 
categories. 

G«rry A^bwn, weU-faMwh local 



horsewoman, is the owner of the 
Great Neck Stables and is happy 
to have her home grounds selected 
as the locale of the 3 day show 
scheduled for June 24, 25.apd 26. 

The Class \A< horse show is being 
promoted by the Dilton Brothers 
of Greensboro, N C, and is spon- 
sored by the Kempsville Woman's 
Club and the Kempsville Ruritane. 
The two Kempsville Clubs have 
been holding horse shows for the 
past 15 years with $2,000 in prize 
money. Under American Horse 
Show Association rules, this was 
a Class B show. Upping the prizes 
to $10,000 makes the shew' Class A. 

A Master committee has been 
named for the large scale show 
and is co-chairmaned by Mrs. 
George Jacking of the Kempsville 
Woman's Club and Bruce Jones 
of the Kempsville Ruritan (Mo, 
and includes Robert Shelboume, R. 



Horse Show Benefits Hospital 



VIRGINIA BiEAOH - The Vir- 
ginia Beach Hospital Horse S.how, 
started in 1863, is taipaiiy becoming 
a big event in this community. It 
is a cbarRiHale, not a profit-mak- 
ing dKW — half of the net pro- 
cs«ds gees to the Gener^ Hosipital 
d Vingiaia fieach; the remakider 
is mnrcd ioe nexi ■fttn'i expen- 
ses»;"': *r _ •^' ■ ' 

Tlris year, «» of the top horre 
show jui^ of th« staite, Paul Fout 
of Mi(}dlebing, will be the Judge. 
The srhcw will be he'd on featur^ay, 
June 4, and Sunday, Jun^ 5, at 
IV'do Farms. Signs on Routs 58 at 
London Bridge will direct visitors. 

Saturday's show Vill begin at 
8:30 am. and will b2 devoted to 
hunter classes. Sis-.day, the sh>w 
start* at f p.m. and will featur<> 
ths Western riding. 

Admission for adults is $1, chil- 
dren 90 Cents, afld lor ringside 



parking $2, each day. 

The show is, and has been from 
its inception, directed by Mrs. 
Gerry Ashburn. 

Show officials are Paul Fout, 

judge; Father Frank Hendrick o! 
Norfolk, steward; Mrs. Frank Wat- 
son, secretary; Frank Watson, ring 
master; 'R. B. Spindle III of Nor- 
folk, paddock judge; James Car- 
ney of Norfolk, announcer; and 
Dr. John Lippincott, veterinarian. 

0.T the Show committee are Mrs. 
Gerry Arhi'oum, Robert Brown, 
Mrs. Donald Eryant, Mrs. Alan E_ 
Burgess, James Cantwell. Jr., Mr! 
and Mrs. Paul Cre'kT.ore, Mr. 
and Mrs. William C. Haycox, Air. 
ar.d Mrs. James Holheimer, Mr. 
and Mrs. Richard B. Keeley, Mr. 
and Mrs. Ra!j* iMidgett, Jr., Rob- 
ert Mil'er, Mr. and Mrs. A, T, 
Taylcr, and Mrs. Jeanne Magee 
Tucker. 




SUSAN CONKWRIGHT. dai«hter of Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Conkwright, 
Jr., sits astride her hwie, "Flying Sh^ow" with Gerry Ashburn, left 
M Great Neck Stables, and Mrs. William Baldwin, vice president d 
the AuzlUary rf the General Hospital of Virginia Beacii, (^ff photo 
b: Padrick) 



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Stanley Wudgins, iMrs. Bruce 
Jones, Mrs. S. A. Meade and Mrs. 
Laura Lambe. Richard Keeley 
serves in an honorary capacity 
as a consultant. 

Mrs. W. T. Phillips was an- 
nounced as show treasurer; Mrs. 
R. F Humphries as financial 
secretary with Mrs. R. H Sawyer; 
trq)hies are under the chairman- 
ship of Mrs. S. A. Meade. Otis 
Copley and Mrs. G. A. Downs are 
in charge of tickets. 

Mrs. Geoi^e Middlcton and E. 
L. Byers head the ticket sales com- 
mittee. Mrs. Phil Meekins ^ 
Charles P\U were named to the 
'Patrons committee. Box seats and 
ringside parking committee are 
chairmaned by Rhae L. Walker, 
Jr., assisted by Mrs. W.» M New- 
kern. 

Afrs. Chester Bamforth is chair- 
man of decorations; R. E. Dorer 
cbairmans the grounds committee; 
Gaither Jackson is chairman of 
the gate committee assisted by 
Mrs. E. Vagness and tiie main 
concession stand is under -Ralph 
Garriott and Mrs. G. R. Wilson. 



VIRGINIA BEACH - Dan Donj- 
browfki of the Cubs of the Virginia 
'Beach Little League hit the first 
heme run of the season against 
the winless Rctarians. , 

The Cubs whipped the Rotarians 
18-2 in a game played Saturday 
which was the first of a triple- 
header. 

Sammy E^ton of tlie Cubs hit a 
double. 

In the second game of the after- 
noon, the Pipers shut-mit the Little 
Giants 16-0. 

Although no homers were hit 
by the Pipers Jimmy Finley, Steve 
Hereaux, Ken Taliaferro, Brian 
Murd'on and Ricky Lavrischeff, all 
had doii)les. Taliaferro and La- 
vrischeff both hit two doubles. 

Licrischeff, pitcher for the 
Pipers, b^d^^'CWSTKIiSSIts to one 
hit, and that didn't come {until the 
fourth inning. i 

The Sports won over the Hawkr. 
in 'the final contest of the after- 
noon, 9-6. 

Bo KiHen of the Hawks had a 
double as did Glen Gaibis and 
Marc Foiles of the Sports. 

There have been no games play- 
ed yet in the minor league and 
only three in the major league. 

Major League Standings: 

Won lost 

iCubs 1 

Pipers • 1 

Snorts 1 

Hawks 

Littie Giants 

Rotarians 



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WILLIAM H. PHILLIPS, leit, captain ot the Virginia Beach Rescue 
Squad, receives a proclamation from May«r Frank A, Dtisch in 
front of a new piece of equipment the squad recently purchased. 
(Staff photo by Moore) 



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CHILDREN BEWARE 

BATMAN May be v»y big wirfi today's children, but parentis 
should hammer home to youngsters a warning against picking 
up and handling bats because of the rabies hazard they represent. 
They are accomplished insect killers, using their radar-like abil- 
ity to navigate fay sound reflection acrobs^c feats as tfaey hunt 
'm ^ earty du^. ftit w^ien Ibey became dbeasect Siey kN>se 
their strength and may (atl to ^ tfNNiad. Bats ^e Ifecsinlng 
an ui^tea$antly common carrier of rabies and you-igsters Awld 
be firmly taught to ^un them anytime they are 'withia reach. 

Don't Forget To See The Broad-Bay SaiKng 
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Location: Broad-Bay 
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to heat and cool this eight-room home for a year 

the flameless electric way? 

A. $229.00 

B. $298.00 

C. $336.00 

D. $427.00 

$229.00 is correct. Surprise? Well, that's aB k coat the 
Henry O. Dixon family of Hampton, Virginia, to enjoy 
year-round cliraate conditimting wfeh te dl-deetiic heat • 
pump. The Dixons think that's pretty reas<maMe for the 
comfort and convenience dl automatic winter heating and 
summer cooling. Don't you? Call your vtpco-authorized 
Comfort Conditioning Contractor and fiad out how mikIi 
it would ccKt to do yours the modem flaoielen way. He 
can show you how you can save S 1 2S oa youc fua^rilg 
tciidcmial iK«t pump in$tallati(», too. 




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Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, AArfy 26, 1966 



First Public Forum 



— Ite flnt of U pth- of this dty. Harold S. Whkehurst. 

^ ^Nrmb, ipnaored by the Director, conveiKd Ma^ay night 

and Recreation Coimmssian at fieyside High Schod with six 



members in attendance. Maury 
Rigar.to. chairman, presided at Ihe 
well-attended gathering, where 
lively discussions and questions 



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NOTICE 

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of The City of Virginia Beacli 



AH 1966 Real Estate Bills have been mailed by my 
office. If you should have received a bill and have not, 
please notify my office. You may contact my office by 
card, or by leleplione, 426-61 1 1 . Several bills have been 
refumod because of changed addresses and other reasons. 

Failure fo receive your bill will not excuse you from 
a S% penalty if not paid by June 10, 1 966. Please request 
your bilb in tinie for payment prior to the deadline. 

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and answers concerning the mam- 
moth Master Plan for 13 future 
recreation area, took placs. Nj 
defi.'it2 decisions have as yet been 
made jas to the 20-ycar plan a;id 
the C(mimi.>^sion wt'lcomed all sug- 
gestions, pro and en. " 

As s;,okesman for the Diamond 
Sprjngs-GardenMOMl Park ar?a, W. 
C. Copcland, prL>.sident cf tin- 
Dianior.d Acres Lako Civic Leai^uo 
stated th.'it his area had already 
purctoicd. with swimming facili- 



ties, }^ay areas, and recreational 
equipment, a private park, and 
that members needed no inte.'fcr 
cpce from th? city. "We inteiui to. 
puni-h all trespassers," he said 
Several other persons, residsnts of 
Uiamord Springs, spoke of differ- 
ent problems which would arise if 
tbc proposed pa.k we": buiit 

Th<'S? residef.ts ai-o ■:> kci! for 

tiie city to vh'iv nt'i;^iV;)f,!h:)j'l 

woorlwl hazaidaiis r '^^iun.^. w!i;''i 

th V Iplt were da.i{.^rous for Ui-ii 

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Robertson Managers 



(Continued From Page lA) 

stated he did not know anything 
about attempts to change t.4e word- 
ing on ballots. Then Lam issued 
the followir,g statement: 

"The charge of V, Alfred 
Etheridge that there is a phan- 
tom in (he sky and that Senator 
Robertson has made a deal with 
Senator Willey must have him * 
confused. He must Icnow that any 
appointment to a vacancy in the 
United States Senate must come 
from the Governor and if he is 
suggesting that Honorable Mills 
E." Godwin has made a deal, he 



ought to be man enough to come 
out and say so; and if he thinks 
that the State Board of Election 
Or the local electoral board has 
illegally printed the ballots, he 
should carry out the duties of a 
good citizen and take them to 
court. 

The rumor Mr. Etheridge should 
explain is the one going around 
that before he agreed to act as 
Spong's manager, he extracted 
a committment from Mr. Spong 
to name him as Administrative 
Assistant. This is a matter hi 
which I think the public is great- 
ly taterested In." 



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STANDING AT ATTENTION at the opening ceremo ny of the Litfle Leagues af VirgiBia Beach are part 
of the teams which played on Armed Forces Day on the diamond behind Virgbiia Beach High School. 
Coaches and managers are standtaig belibid them. (|lhoto by Cassandra) ^ 



Awards To 
Heart Workers 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Like Abou 
ben Adhem, the city of Virginia 
Beach "led all the rest" in the 
annual Tidewater Heart Fund 
Drive in February. And the lacal 
ladies carried home top honors. 
This fact was brought strongly to 
mind when Rhea Adams announc- 
ed at the Association's annual 
Campaign Awards Banquet, held 
recently at the Prine Tree Inn. 
that this city had raised $21,999.0*) 
with $ll,47r..03 having been rais- 
ed mostly by women, tlirough 
door-tc-docr canvassing. Last ye^r 
the total was $13,074.65. 

The highest recognition, the Sil- 
ver Medallion, a round disc with 
an eniblazoned heart in the cen- 
le.- of which a right hand holdi 
high a burning torch, went to 
.Mrs. .James iFraniiie) .Abourjilie. 
a Virginia Beach rc-i:lent. wljo is 
a member of the .spea.kers' bu- 
reau, and personnel coordinator. 
It reads, "For meritorious serv- 
ice, in the fight against heart dis- 
ease," and entitles the recipient 
to membership in the .'\meirican 
Heart A.ssooiat!on. 

For her work on TV, advertis- 
ir.g t;^e Fabulous Candlelight Fash- 
ion Extravaganza and coordinat- 
ing and cmceeing it later, Mildred 
.-Uo.xond:- recoiv-d the Forvice 
Ht'cognii'on Award, a g;,:.i medal- 
Han. Mill'e aod Frankie work out 
cf Norfolk. 

^T"s. Rcbln O'-vcn rccrivodfiwo 
awards— Crlificat? ^f Apprecia- 
tion 2'-d a Gold Medallion for her 
year-round work with th? "Fabu- 
lous" as special event? chairman. 
In' this connection, it has been 
(Jecided that, on a rotal'n;^ basis, 
the Princess Anne Woman's Club 
win 'sponsor the project next year. 
The Ocean Prrk Woman's "club 
was sponsor of the Heart Fashion 
Show last Ftbn nrv. a'^d Mrs. Do 
v:d Graham, out-ioing president. 
received 'a C'Ttififolo of M-r^f 
:n behalf of the clvh. Mrs. Wil- 
lard .\shbjrn a- r'^-cial g'fts 
chairman, was aworr'-d-the Gold 
Medallion, and Mrs. Richard War 
ren Barnes wen a Cort'f'cate of 
Appr.-.-'iatinn, as jVi^'o'icitv chair- 
m.on for Virginia Beach fcr the 
drive. 

Rhea Adams awarded Virsini" 
Beach's pverall chairman. Hugh 
I.ynn Caves, a so' J medallion, and 
.J ?"^h Cros-white, .Jr., and Har- 
old B. Krllam, '^•T.all gifts chair- 
man, and sma'j business chair- 
man, received Certificates of Ap- 
preciation. 



City Seeks $479,000 



(Continued From Page lA) 

allocate $3,500 needed for survey 
work at Princess Anne Court 
House. Hatchett said there was a 
sore need for a detailed survey af 
all city property in the Court 
House area because it would clear 
up old boundary, disputes and 
clear the way for future property 
acquisitions. 

In the recreation department's 
portion of the meeting, depart- 
ment head Harold Whitehurst 
said he "hoped to have the Sand- 
bridge facility open by the next 
.council meeting" which would fall 
on June 13. Whitehurst said after 
the meeting that all that is lackinig 
for "use" of the area for swim- 
ming and surfing is a road to get_ 
there, and he homed it will be 
completed within the next throe 
weeks. 

He also said Redwing Park, lo- 
cated on Oceana BO'Ulevard. near 



the enitrance to Dam Nedt, will 
probably be open within a week 
or ten days. Workers were busy 
Monday afternoon putting the fin- 
ishing-touches' on a "tot-lot" in 
the aiia. The park already has 
several ball diamonds and many 
picnic t^les and barbecue pits. ' 
In other action council: 

• Afjpropriated $126579 for wa- 
ter and sewer lines in Lynnhaven 
Borough. The area in which the 
new linies will be located is at the 
new h^ school and along First 
Cokmial Road. 

• Approved a resolution setting 
aside July as Volunteer Fire De- 
partmoH Month. 

• .\llocated $3,'?44 for surveying 
work. 

• Dienied an application for a 
beach taxi to run from SamJbridge 
to the s^uth end oif the citv. 

• Ajipropriated , $3,400 for ?is- 
sirtant and substitute judges of 
Municipal Court. 




A HIGH-LEVEL BRIDGE will arch across Rudee Inlet heie wl|en 
General Booth Boulevard is completed 0^*^*91131^11116 Iflk|!wUI be 
dredged out to allow its use by oeean^wg hdo&i (Staff \pJioto by 
Moore) 




Linkhorn Park 
Carnival Sat 

LYNNUWES - It's Carnival 
time again at Linkhonn Park 
School. The annual event, to be 
held all day on Sa'turday, May 
28, features a midway with rides, 
clowns, fcod and games. 

Pi-.ppeteors will entertain during 
the da^' with a pr,.fes icnaj .show 
geared to the youngsters but fun 
for all ages. 

T.hore will be hmie-bak^d foods, 
a garden shop, shirts and hats 
nnonogrammcd while-vou-wait, and 
dozons of booths with games and 
prizes. 

Special ;:rizes to b? offered at a 
drawing in;'k5:ie a mine-f"^ surf- 
board, a sailboat, and a TV set. 



CONSTRUCTION on General Booth Boulevard Is reported on schedule. 
The final steps of gradfaig are betag taken Jiere, where the road cuts 
through Camp Pendleton. (Staff Photo by Moore) 



Toll Road Work 



(Continued From Page lA) 

Bridge to the beachfront is 25 
percent completed, according to 

Hole In One 

VIRGINIA BEAICH - Al Mailhes 
of the Chamber of Commerce 
made a hole-in-one during the 
.Wember-Guest Tournament beki at 
Princess Anne Ck)unty Club Sim- 
day. 

The hole-in-one was made on the 
second hole with a No. 4 iron and 
soared 168 yar<k to the ctq). 




PAGE C.\MP (leit) and Cindy Kan admire a snrfteard. ww 4f the 
^bes to be ghea away at the Unkhon Paris Stkoti Cattni. (| 
by UjddB) 



Orai^. Orange said the North 
Carolina firm has conyrieted $340,- 
000 worth erf work in the past 
thirty days smd has completed 74 
percent of the total grading for 
that section, 

Orange said the firm accom- 
plished this much by working 
around the clock several days 
each week. He said the day was 
split into three eight-hour shifts. 

The Tdl Director said the third 
and final section of the toll road 
will eventually cost about $7,530.- 
000. 

Orange siM he was pleased to 
report the entire project was en 
schedule and shouW be finished 
by its 1967 deadline unless some- 
thing reaJly big luppens. He said 
tf the Utf road is not conafJeted 
by that original date, the con- 
tractors will be fined $l,000-»^lay 
until it Is completed. 

Few peogie reitfie that the 
new toll road will cross over the 
eldest paved roadway in Virginia 
Beach or Princess Anne County. 

Where the new highway will 
cross Soirth Birdneck Road, it w\]\ 
ako cross "OU S^ktack Itoad" 
whidi was first paved n%-ly 100 
years .ago. 

In fact, one sectoa of the old 
road, which runs in front d Sea- 
tack Bemcartary Schod is still 
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THE CfUB SCOUTS MARCH DOWN ATLANTIC AVENUE during last weeks Armed- Forces Day Pa- 
rade. Note adnlts «id children who remain seated as the flag of the United States passes by. See Edi- 
torial Centament, P 4A. (Boice Photo) 



Armed Forces Day Festivities 



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School at Dam Neck. Both were 
ornate and excciptionally well ex- 
ecuted float?, and the judges said 
they had a difficult time decid- 
ing the winner. 

FrederJdc Military Academy (C 
Co.) captured first place in the 
marching unit category and the 
window display honors went to 
the exhibit at Patiibroke Mall 
Shopping Center. 

The trophies were {resented to 
the winners at the annua] meeting 
and outing of the Virginia Beach 
Chamber of Commerce Wednesday 
at Aldo Fanns. 

The parade was ca-sponsored by 
the Virginia Beach CSiarrJber of 
Oommcro3 and the City of Virgin- 
ia Beach, to honor tsie city's mil- 
itary installations and perjonnel. 
After the parade military dnd 
civilian dignitaries gathered for a 
luncheon ai the Ameritana Motor 
Hotel.' 

Senator Byixi told the invited 
guests that the "Virginia Capes 
is prabsbly the most apt ropriate 
pM«f"'=ttt|ithe UMtcd Sfetes far 



appreciative observance of Armed 
Forces Day." He noted that these 
capes were the gateway for the 
first permanent English settlers in 
tills country. 

In his ^ech Senatcr 6yrd paid 
trhjte to the American fighting 
n)6i. He said, "The nearly, three 
million men in the armed forces 
are the proof that properly moti- 
vated Americans are the finest 
fighting men the world has ever 
kncwn " 

Admiral H(^le told the group 
how the military miss'on in this 
area has grcvvn through the years 
and noted the pleasant relation- 
ship between the military and 
civilian communities. 

Through the weekend Fort Story 
held an open :i:>use and even tMk 
visiters for rides in L.^C's. There 
were fourteen exhibit areas, fea- 
turing such displays as rocket 
launchers, fire control areas, ra- 
dar tracking stations. and all com- 
pany areas. Movies were shown 
at the post theatre and luncheon 
was serftd at the Officer's club. 




Junior Golf 

yiHGiLNTA BEACH - Young- 
sters who would like to play golf 
and learn more about the etiquette 
and rules regarding the game are 
invited to participate in the Jay- 
c€2 Junior Coif Tournament ^p be 
held Monday, June 6, at the Cav- 
alier Yaciit and Country Clulb. 

Two flights are schedukd. The 
novice growp is for children 12 
years old and younger, and the 
cpen play is for those 13 years 
old through 17 (nnust not be 18 
before September 1.) 

Winners and runners-up will re- 
ceive trophies and the chance to 
play in Ihs State tournaments in 
Waynesboro, Virginia, June 13, 14 
and 15. , 

The local tournament will be a 
35-hole medalist nlay. A clinic 
will be given the morniug of June 
6 by Lou Shue, goM pro. V^e 
starting times for the tournament 
will be announced. There is na 
entry fee. 

Entry blanks are at all local 
pro shops and the entry deadline 
is June 3. Further inrsrmation 
may bs obtained by calling C. M. 
Davis, chairman, at 425-6111, ex- 
teniicn 12. 

It is hoped that many budding 
golf enthusiasts will enter and 
participate as the tournament is 
des gned more to familiarize them 
with the sport and to teach self- 
reliance and spcrtrmanship ^an it 
is to pnoduce winners. 



Poppy Sale 

V:aiGiINIA EEACH - Ponies 

for Momorial Day will be sold by 
the Princpss Anne Auxiliary to 
Post 113. ELTord ng to an an- 
nouncement by Mrs, James H. 
FrasiT, chtairman. 

Nineteen studenti' from the five 

schools, Virginia Beuch, Kc-rami, 

-<;cx, Baysida and Princess Anne, 

r;oris:nt:.ng G'rls Stale will also 

h::ve cc i^ics for fa!e. 



Kempsville GC 

REiNffiPEVirLIjE - The Kecnpsr 
ville Garden Club held iiz annual 
ha.iquU on May 25 at the CavaUar 
Dinner Playhouse. 

Tne May meeting c£. the club 
was held at 62ffi Inoian River Rd. 
and tie , ne^v officers were in- 
sfeaUed by Mrs- C A. BaxforA. 

Presideit is Mrs. Andre^¥ John- 
son; first vicer:r::\dsrt;, Mrs. J. 
C. Lilky; second vice :;re;ident, 
Mrs. W. A. Stallings; tressurer, 
Mrs. R. A. Polloek; refolding sec- 
retary, Mrs. Wesky HarjisMi; 
corrercndii^ secretary, Mrs. W. 
E. S.iiflett; and historian, Mrs. 
E. L. By. J. 

Hats were decorated with fr2s!: 
flowers and judged by tiie River 
Forest Shore- Garden CLb. The 
hi;jhett twcrd for the preL^y hat 
wcTit to Mrs. Ba-Ti'Mtb- and the 
hj^hert avard for the funny hat 
wcsnt to Mrs. Byrd. Blue rffcbais 
went to Mrs. John W. Moore, 
Mrs. H. D. Pugh and Mrs .An- 
drei v Jolinson; YeKcw to Mr?. 
R. R. Harriott and MrS. R. A- 
Pollack; Wiiite to Mrs. Hardisoli 
and Mrs. J. J. Batcmm. 

Mrs. Sta'iing; received first 
prize Iot arrangements for th« 
year; Mrs. Bateman and Mrs. 
Pugh received first prizes for hor- 
ticulture and Mrs. H. T. Aydlette 
received prize for novice. 

Tlie outgoing president, Mrs. 
John W. Moore, was given a silver 
tray by Uie dub. 



BBSA Regatta 

VIRGINIA BEACH - 1^6 Bi-oad 
Bay Sailing Afiaociation will s{ion- 
sor Its annual regatta for ci^in- 
thian yachtsmai on Broad Bay Sat 
urday and Sunday, May 28 and 29. 

A three-race series will be con- 
ducted for Flying Dutchmen, SOS's 
Ha]T.';tons, Mobjacksr Peiigums, 
Mcths and saillwards, and oUiers 
if five or more entries are received 
in each class. 

A haidicap class will be formed 
for sailboat dasses in which less 
than five boats are entered. 

The schadule for Saturday is: 
8 a.m. to 10:45 a.m., registration 
at the Narrows; 10:45 xm , skip 
pers meeting at the Narrov/s; 12:00 
noon, warning signal for first race; 
4:30 p.m., after second race, "crab 
feast" at the Narrows hosted by 
the BBSA. 

The schedule for Sunday is: 12:00 
noon, wamLig signal for third and 
final race. A presentation of 
awar& will immediately foHow 
the third rjwe. 

Regatta chairman Mftury. Jack- 
son said first, second arid third 
place trophies will be presented in 
c!i.5s races witfr seven or roKste 
boats. First and second place trop- 
hies will be awarded in races wiUi 
five- or s« boats entered. The 
III3SA perpetual trophy will be 
awarded to the winner of a class 
race series with the largest tota' 
number d. starters present for the 
three races. • 




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THE BLOND BOMBSHELL, JAYNE MANSFIELD will open May 29 
at the Golden Garter Cafe on 16th Street, with her accompanying 
group of cntertalneni. Miss Mansfield began her acting career tai 
1935 when her many "talents" were recognized. She has starred in 
vuatt duiii 20 nkotlon pictares and has appeared on top television 
diows, «a well as tourfa^ die Bightclub circuit. 



MRS. DICK BRAGG, center, was presented with a plaque for her 
husband, by Tyrone Evans, left, for his outstanding work with handi- 
capped boyscouts. Bragg is paralyzed from the neck down himself 
because of an automobile accident. Bonney Strawhand looks on during 
the presentation. (Boice photo) 



CUNtC PRiCES! 

No AppoMment NaotMoryf 

• HAIRCUT $1.00 

• SHAMPOO & SET $1.50 

• RETOUCH $4.75 

• PERMANENTS . . . $6.50 

• FROSTING .... $40.00 

Woft Per/ormga by Stuotnli 



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SO - ATTRAaiONS - SO 



Miss Baiiim-a Nietni, daughter 

of Mr. and Mrs. Harold I. Niemi' 

of 2706 Mulberry Cvw^ Court, has 
been elected president of the Wom- 
en's Atliletic Association of Albion 
College, Albito, Michigan. She is 
a junior. 



Beverly Eunice Pitts has been 

certified by the faculty o< Nbrth- 

land Oolite in Ashland, Wis. for 
graduation. She will receive a B.S. 
degree with a major in Art and a 
minor in Physical Education, and 
also receive a teaching certificata. 



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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1966 

THE TENDER TRAP 



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AND ROBERT PAUL S>IITH 



Performances Nightly except Monday 

BUFFET DINNER 7:00 P.M. 

CURTAIN .............. 8:30P.M. 

Cavalier Dinner Playhouse 

3517 Aragona Avenue Norfolk, Virginia 

Phone 855-6033 For Reservations 



Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, A^ay 26, 1966 

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LEGAL NOTICES 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

A.rplication will be made to the 
City of Virginia Beach Council for 
the hearing of June 6th at 2:00 
p.m. hx perm'?-ion to relocate 
a 1V4 story frafine h^ase b3loiiging 
t: Mr. John H. and Helen V. John- 
son, new located at First Coknial 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

Farm's a;:artment site, to be mov- 
ed to Ifilis First Colonial Road. 

Htise to b3 moved by Jok^ 
G. Mtayiko. 

John Matyiko 

lU. i«fo. 4, Box «» 

Virginia Bea«h, Va. 




3177 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD.. VIRGINIA BEACH 

NOW PLAYWCh-THROUGH TUESDAY 
Marlon BrnEdo Jane Fonda Angle Dickinson 

"THE CHASr' - in Color and Scope 

Features 1:», 4:0S, 6:40. 9:15 
Kiddie Time Every Saturday 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM 




THE HIGHWAYMEN 

APPEARING NIGHTLY - TILL MAY 29th 

COME AND ENJOY . . . 

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steaks. Prime Ribs, Seafood 

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Enjoy Breakfai^ and the Late Show — Fri., Sat. 

A Sunday from Midnight to 2 AM 

(Late Shew Time At 1 A.M.) 



IN PERSON — MAY » TUHU AWE 4th 

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Servicemen In The Netvs 



PH. Larry A. Wffiams. son of 
Mr. and lArs. Car] A. Williams. 
te7 CuUp ItoEtd, has convicted 
tm httay »±iuoi^ation course at 
Ae Army Ttaining Center, Fon 

Kx. N. J. 

• * * 

U. S. 4ir Force Second Lieuten- 



ant James J. Crowling. son of Mr. 
" and Mrs. James J. Crowling of 
S181 Adsm Keeling Road, has besn 
award the Air Medal at Scvart 
AFB. Ti'nn. Lieutenant Crowling. 
a navigator, received the medal 
for merittriou' achi?vcment dur- 
ing military fliglUs IL' is a mem- 



ber of the Tactical Air CcTnmand. 
Lieutenant Crcwiing's wife, Mar- 
garet, is the daughter of William 
H. Kitchin. who resides on Cava- 
lier Drive. 

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Navy Ensign Paul D. Wiik3s Jr.. 
Fan erf Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. 



v 
W^es Sr. of 1405 Detrnott Ave. 
is undergDing flight training at tije 
Naval Aux.liary Air Station, Whit- 
ing Fisld, Milton, Fla. 
* * * 

Marine Lance Corporal Michael 
C. Kaine, son of Commander Fran- 
R. Kaine of 50C0 block of Pem- 



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berton Street, was pHxmoted to 
his present rank while a patietrt 
in tl» Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, 
recovering from wounds received 
in the Vietnam combat zone in 

action against the Viet Cong. 

* * * 

Army S.-^ciaL'st 5/c Bchby 



Nash, whose wife Selvin lives in 
Virgiiiia Beadi. was at Camip 
Drum, N. Y. fOT severiil weeks of 
unit traidii^g with tiae newly form- 
ed I96th I^t Mantry Brigade 
frcm Fort Devens, Mass. He is a 
veliicle driver in Brigade Head- 
quarters. 




A&P Markets Will Be Open 
Memorial Day, Monday, IHay'30. 



'SUPER-RIGHT" OR PAGAN 



OVER 12 TO 16 LBS. AVERAGE 



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SMOKED HAMS 



SHANK PORTION 



outdoor chefs 
are very tassy! 

Ever since the outdoor cooking fad began, 

we've been catering 

to the special needs of outdoor chef s. 

Over the years, we've satisfied scores of thousands. 

Many, many find just the steak, chops or chicken they want 

in our self-service meat departments. 

Others have specific needs .. . 

the steak must be 2 V thick, the chops double thick and so forth. 

That's no problem. 

If you don't see it . . .just ask. We'll be happy to help you. 

One Qther reason we're s6 popular with "backyard barbecuers'! . . 
tiie (luality of our "Super-Riirht" Meats. 
Quality so \agh, some me^t graded U. S. Choice 
just isn't perfect enough to be "Super-Right" Meat. 

Is this a good reason for shopping A&P? It's one of many. 

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Lb. 89c 



RIB ROASTS 

5 to 14 LB. AVG. U.S. GOV'T INSPECTED YOUNG PUMP 

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Old Fothionod loaf, Pickl* t Pim.nlo Loot, Plain loaf. Salami 
and Spied Lunchood MmI. 



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SUGAR-DALE 12 fo 14 Ibt. AVG. WHOIE or PORTION ■SUPER-RIGHT" 

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ARMOURS ... All MEa) 'SUPER-RIGHT' BONELESS 

Chunk BOLOGNA '!^ u. 49c CHUCK ROASTS 



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GRADE 'A' SMALL 



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Fruits and Vegetab es! 



2'.£49c LIGHTER FLUID 

24 " SIZE 

£:3Sc Charcoal Grill 



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WATERMELONS -ssf 89' 



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CABBAGE 



STRAWBERRIES 



DADS 

ROOT BEER 

MT. OLIVE FRESH KOSHER 

DIU PICKLES 

CURTISS WHITE PICK OF CAROLINA . 

MARSHMALLOWS '^ 19c SWEET PICKLES 

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Sweet PINTS I 
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YUKON CLUB CANNED 



NEW WHITE FIOUDA 

POTATOES 5 lbs. 39c 

CRISP lARGE ICBEtO 

LETTUCE head 19c 

FKSH CRtSP CUCUMURS or GREEN 

PEPPERS 3 for 25c 



SOUTH AMERICAN BIACK BARIINCA 

GRAPES - Delicious 

FIRM VINE-RIPENED 

TOMATOES 

CALIFORNIA LARGE 

SUNKIST LEMONS 



lb. 39c 

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LEMONADE "~'' 

UBBY 

FRUIT DRINKS 

JIFFY ... ALL BEEF 

BEEF BURGERS 3 ;.\ T' 

AiP . . . GRADE "A" REAL FLORIDA 

ORANGE JUICE 5 ^ 89c 



MARVEL 

Special Offerl 
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Pillsbury 
Canned 

Modern 
Honey Flavored 

Ann Page . . . French 
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or Jam 
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BEVERAGES 12'c-85 

ICE CREAM 

RELISHES 
BISCUITS 
FIG BARS 
DRESSING 
GRAPE JELLY 
PORK & BEANS 
MAYONNAISE 



5' 
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Jars 

8-Oz. 
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Lb. 
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Bottles 

Lb. 
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POUND CAKE 

FRANKFURTER OR 

SANDWICH ROLLS ''N-'J 25e 

JANE PARKBl . . . PLAIN or RIPPLE 

POTATO CHIPS 'ti^^ 49c 

PUIN or POPPYSEED 

VIENNA BREAD 2 :^39e 



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AU POPULAR VARIETIES OF 5c SIZE 



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A TOT LOT at Redwing Park ki being cotutrnctttf by the Parks and 
Recreatlim Commisswn. In bopes that the park wfll be ready for 
opening by this wetkend. The park will feature shaded picnic areas 
with barbeqne pits, the tot-lot (a chlJdren's playground) and several 
baseball and softball diaHKUids. (Staff photo by Moore) 



Assistant Chaplain Assigned 



FT. STORY - First Lt. Richard 
A. EiiSfeWt. a native d Canada, 
has been assigned as asrislanit 
post chaplain at Ft. Story. Beifare 
joining the Army, he was parish 
rector of Resurrection Lutheran 
Church in Richmond, Va, 

Chaplain Eissfeldt was assigned 
to the 56th Station Hospital, Aroiy 
Reserve, ifi Richmnnd before com- 
ing to Ft. Story. 

He is a graduate cf Concordia 
Lutheran Seminary in St. Louis 
and Concordia Senior College in 
Ft. Wayjie, Ind. He is a member 
cf the Virginia Council on Human 
Relations. 




1st. LT. RICHARD A. EISSiFliLU I 




DELLA MAE McCOY, Lena Brown, and Kusa Stantun work together 
to beautify the grounds of the Community Center at Seataok. The 
clean-up campaign runs through May 30, according to Mrs. Mary 
Maytbin, chairman of the Neighborhood Improvements committee, 
(photo by Cassandra) 



7 YEARS OLD 

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A man would have to be "off balance" in mce 
ways than one to take this kind of risk. There are 
enough risks already. Proof? Over 5(X),000 families 
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VIEW 

of 
VIRGINIA BEACH 




'It's strawberry picking, strawbarry shortcake and stfa'Ab?rry pr2- 
s.'rvjig time! .\nd if j-cu a;e smbitiaus, you can pick your cv/x Many 
c'' til local farmers open Iheir fie'ds Vj y:)u. A'l you need is a buck:t 
or a box or a pan or any t>^;e af containir, a little mo/.ey. and tiine 
t.> &..ara. 

Those of you who havs picked before knaw v.herc Id go; newcomers 
si-.ouJ V etk Lhe cbSiif.td ads in th° da^ly ."cw^pc'.-.ers for dircct'ms. 
fields ars cpen in Kenripsville, Baysida and Prince-s Anne borouglis^ 
A ride out into the farming districts will reveal hand-lettered signs, 
a concentration of cars, and open land dotted with groups of m.;. 
and women all in bent-over po-iLions. That's the place! 

It is recrmmended that you wear old shoes with thick soles and 
so'id uppers as the ground may be muddy or at Itavt du ty and uneven; 
and long pants with long sleeve shirts or bbu'^es are best, even if the 
sun is hot, as there may be psiky y:Ilow flies and mosquitos to torment 
ycur exposed areas . . . 

'But the plump red berries peeping shyly from under the green 
leaves make it worth your while. If daesn't take long to fill your con- 
tainers ... and it is wise to S3t a limit on your harvest as there is 
something almost hypnotic about "getting just a few more from the next 
row" or "filling one more basket to make sure we have anough." 

Save yourself time to get them washed and stemmed . . . that's 
b':st done si'ting on a cgcI porch with friendly neighbors to help you 
or join you for a "sticky finger time." You will be teTjted to eat a 
gocd portion as you are preparing them for the refrigerator or the 
frecz'r or the canning kettle, but don't worry, there aren't too many 
calorics in strawberries which are bursting with all kinds of good 
vitamins and mir/.erals too. Aid are belter for the chi'dren than lolly- 
pops or Eatman gum . . . 

Pounds of sugar and bowls of whipped cream are necessary com- 
panions to the luL'ioiis fruit saved for desserts and preterves. Notliing 
quite cwnpares with the strawberries you eat today, spread on your 
bmd next month, or fi.:d in your freezer ne.xt winter. It's a hard day's 
Mork for a year cf eocd eating. 




lAWBERRY PICKERS abounded earlier this week in fields along 
Princess Anne Road. Hundreds of people went into tlie field to pick 
tlie first berry harvest of the year.. (Staff photo by Moore) 



Corkran Named Tidewater's 
Salior-Of T/ie-Monlh 



NORFOLK - A Lutheran lay 
leader has been named Tidewater 
Sailor of the Month by Rear Ad- 
miral Paul D. Buie, Fifth Naval 
District Commandant, in a pro- 
gram which recognizes ouistand- 
ing communitv service by Navy 
enli led personnel serving in the 
Tidewater area. 

The honor was given to Connor 
L. Corkran, Jr., chief yccman, as- 
signed 1,1 Navy Attack Squadron 
4.3 at the Naval Air Station, Oce- 
ana, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Corkran has been officially com- 
mended for his work in organizing 
the Tidewater Human Relation.'- 
Association, a group composed of 
representation from all Lutheran 
Churches in the area. He is nyw 
chairman of that group. In addi- 
tion, the career Navyman is active 
in. his local church as Financial 
Secretary, Chairman of Steward- 
ship, and a member of the Church 
Board. 

Admiral Buie also cited Cork- 
ran for his off-dutv educational 
achievements, and his support of 
the Red Cross Blood Program. 
Corkran joined the Navy in 1947 
with an eighth-grade education. 
During his nearly twenty-year ca- 
reer, he completed high school, 
one year of college, and Ls cur- 
rently enrolled in extension cours- 
es of the College of William and 




CHIEF CORKRAN (Navy photo) 

Mary. After retirement in Decem- 
ber, he will enter the Concordia 
Theological Seminary to prepare 
for a second career in the minis- 
try. His support to the Blood Pro- 
gram includes regukr donations 
for several years to the Blood 
Bank. 

Corkran is married to the for- 
mer Jean Ballard of 5088 E. Oli- 
ver Street, Baltimore. They have 
three children and presently re- 
side in the 400 block of Independ- 
ence Ave., Virginia Beaoh, v'a. 
He is the son of Mrs Catherine 
L. Corkran. 5528 Wright Ave., Bal- 
timwe. 




ViRGinia Beacn Sun 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 



SECTION B 



1500 STUDENTS COMPETE 



Thoroughgood Wins First Place 



VI't'J'^J'A EH.^CH-YoLing ath- 
letes from Virginia Beach elenen- 
tary schools met on the field cf 
con:-...fclition T.Variday at Cox 
High School. 

About 1,5C0 youngsters compet.d 
in the annual City-Wide Fitness 
Meet. 

Judges reported that quite a f :« 
of the old records fell by the 
wayfeide at this year's meet. 

The city champions (listed first 
place, isecond and third) and their 
point scores are: 

FOURTH GRADE - Seatack, 
40; Lynnhaven, 26; and Bay side, 
21. 

FIFTH GR.\DE -Thoroughgood 
35 points; Lynnhaven 22Vi; and 
Shelton Park. 16Vi. 

SIXTH GR\DE -TTioroughgood 
33 Doinls; Seaboard, 20; Arrow- 
head, 16. 

SEVENTH GRADE - Seatack, 
40; Arrowliead, 21; Thoroughgood, 
17. 

Over-all champs Were the stu- 
dents from Thoroughgood with 104 
points. Seatack placed a close 
second with 102'/i points and Lynn- 
haven was third with 72 points. 

In individual scCring, the win- 
ners were: 

Fourth Grade Girls — 50-yard 
darh, Tonie Turner, Seatack; 
Shuttle Run, Sindra Dozier, Sea- 
tack: 600 vard run-walk, Carol Fi- 
b, Lynnhaven; standing broad 
jump, Deborah Hill, Lynnhaven; 
jump and reach, Patricia Hatcher,, 
Seatack; rope skips, Joy Swafford, 
Aragona. 

Fourth Grade Boys — Don Greg- 
ory, Seatack, 50 yard dash; James 
Ringer. Malibu, shuttle run; Je- 
rome Coinidc, Thoroughgood, 600 
vard run^alk; Berry Matthews, 
Sheltcn Park, standing broad 
jump; Billy Newell, Hermitage, 
j;;mo and rea?h; Ron Belarie, 
Bays'de, rope skios; Divight Liw- 
ell, Seatack, pulli\ps. 



Flfh Grade Girls - Vicki B^n- 
c;l.-i She' ton Park, 50 yard 
drh; Carol- n Early, Thorough- 
poi. 6C0 vard run-wa!k; "Sandra 
Garrett, Thoroughgood, standing 
broad jump; Susan Conkwright, 
Jn^n B. Dev, jimiT and rtach; 
Debbie Connell, Woodstock, rope 
skips. 

Filth grade boy^Marvin Greg- 
ory, 50 yard dasli; David Swingle, 
Thoroughgood, shuttle run; Jc3e;;h 
Shray, Lynnhaven, 600 yard run- 
walk; Mark Insko, Windsor 
Woods, standing broad jump; 
Ricki Lawrischaff, Cooke, jump 
and reach; Billie French, Arrow- 
head, rope skips; Ray Akins, 
Lynnhaven, pull ups. 

Sixth Grade Girls — Belinda 
Smith, Seaboard, 50 yard dash; 
Patricia Creekmore, Kempsa^ille, 
shutHe run; Jane Gallop, Thor- 
oughgood, 600 yard run-walk; 
Georgia Tuttle, Bayside. standing 
broad jump; Kathy Marshall, Ar- 
rowhead, jump and reach; Patty 
Parrish, Hermitage, rcoe skips. 

S'xth Grade Bovs — Jim Mor- 
gan, Thoroughgood, 50 yard dash; I 
M'ke Delvl''a, Plaza, shuttle run, | 
Wi!'=£m Pitt. Sent?ck, 600 vard , 
run-wa!k; R-cevelt Jones,' Sea- ! 
board, standing broad jum; Ri- ' 
chard Bruen, Arro'head, jump 
and reach; Perry Qu'ncv. T'mr- I 
o '7hg3cd. rone ski-s: Mike | 
Pierce. Thoroughgood, pull uos. 

Seventh Grade Girls — Marcia 
Helsaibeck, Malibu, 50 vard dash; 
Joyce Hvman, Seatack, shuttle 
run: Alberta Savage, Seatack, 600 
yard run-walk; Louann Grain, 
Creeds, standing broad jumo; 
Wanda Semones, Arrowhead, jumip 
and reach; Marilyn Paquin, Lux- 
fcrd, rooe skips. 

Seventh Grade Boys — John Do- 
zier, Seatack. 50 yard dash; Dale 
Brazweal, Thoroughgood, shuttle 
run; Jtlm Smith. Williams. 600 
yard run-walk; Melvin AUen, Sea- 



tack, standing brnad jumi; Mi- 
clu.'il Landr.m, A.'-r.vhead, j^-T j 
^'i re'ch; Sl:.phen Rosenstock, 
Thoroughigood, rope sk'pr; Danny 
Shray, Lynnnaven, pull u;s: 

.Vvvards were banded cut to the 
winners by Dr. R:bcrt Kelly, Mrs. 
Grace Marrell, Mrs. Mildred Wil- 
son, Miss Pat King, Phillio Mee- 
kins, and Miss Louise Luxford. 



Fireworks Man. 

VIRGLNIA LiiACH - A fire- 
works display will climax the Me- 
morial Day schedule at Seaside 
Amusement Park, Virginia Beach, 
Monday, May 30. 

The park's ballroom patrons 
will find it decorated in a new 
color scheme this season. Bands 
are now being booked for the 
weeknight sessions. There is danc- 
ing Friday, Saturday -and Sun- 
day nights and during the day 
from 2:00 p.m. on Saturday and 
Sunday. This week the featured 
perf:rmers are the Fabulous Foot- 
notes in the evenings and the 
Beachnuts and the Hangmen al- 
ternating in the afternoon sessions. 

The midway activities start at 
Ne/On on Saturdays and S'lndays, 
and at 6:00 o.m. en weeknigh's, a 
schedule which will be maintained 
until the er.d of the school ses- 
sion. The bathhouse, however, 
open- at 9:C0 a.m. every day. 

A free entertainment will be of- 
fered en Sundav, May 29, on the 
outdoor stage by Candy the Clown, 
who also distributes gifts among 
the youngsters. The Sunday per- 
formance starts at 2:00 p.m. 

The annual season of major cir- 
cus and vaudeville acts begins 
June 13. There wiU be a different 
aerial, acrcbatic, animal or com- 
edy Set, all head'iners in the cir- 
cus field, en display every week 
on the outdoor stage. There will 
be two nerformances daily, at 2:30 
and 10:00 p.m. 




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Awards Day 
At VBHS 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Virginia 
Beach High School held its Senior 
Merit Day May 20. The awards 
"-esented to outstanding seniors 
Ucre based on schola.'-ship, citi- 
zenrhip, and special achievement 
wiiiliJn the academic comniunity. 

The various awards were pre- 
sented by civic organizations and 
school clubs. 

Those receiving scholarships 
were: Teresa Hughes, $400 a year 
for four years from the Princess 
Anne Women's Club; Jaoies Ma- 
thias, $400 from the Exchange 
Club of Virginia Beach; Loren 
Lawler, $200 per year for two 
years fro^m the Civitan Club; Tom- 
my Mithias, $750 frcm the Ro- 
tary Club; Linda Burmock, $400 
for one year from Old Dominion 
College; Lois Ann Meador, $100 
from the National Honor Society; 
John Maddux, $100 frcm Junior 
Civitan/Future Tea:'iers of Amer- 
ica; and Shirley Anne Jones, $100 
from the Senior Class Scholarship 
CcLTimittee. 

Those receiving awards Friday 
were: Nancy Sparks, Daughters of 
the .American Revolution; John 
Ortt, Sons of the American Revo- 
lution; Diana Furniss, Creative 
Writing Award; Mary Lee Wet- 
more, Art award; Laurie Fox, 




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port^ t« be moving as scheduled. When complete, the $4 million 
span will alleviate the congestion that has troubled motorists at the 
bridge for years. Four lanes of traffic, at present, must merge into 
two in order to cross the bridge. (Staff Photo by Moore) 



Balfcur Citizenshiip Award; Letitia 
Leigh, Princess Anne Ruritan 
Club Savings Bond; Ragan Pulley, 
American Legion Citizenship 
Award, and Melvin Mathias and 
James Hoggard. the School and 
Community Citizenship Award.' 

Ford Motor Company awarded 
Jclm Ortt a four-year, full expense 
scholarship to the school cf his 
choice. This scholarship will be 
presented in Dearborn, Michiga.n, 
this summer. 



NARCE Meeting 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Members 
of the Virginia Beach chapter of 
the National .\sscciaticn of Re- 
tired Civilian Employees will hold 
their regular monthly meeting to- 
day at 2 p m. in the old Ci^y 
I Council chem.bers at 19th Street 
and Baltic Avenue. 

All federal civil service retirees 
are invited to attend. 



What do you need 
when jyou'YP lust moved 
to town? 




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you keep noticing all over town. (You'll be seeing it 
all over the state, too. F&M has 52 offices in 17 Vir- 
ginia cities.). It's the one with the drive-in teller 
windows, plenty of parking and all the modern- 
living bank services you'll ever need. Won't you 
come in and get acquainted? We'll be glad to 
transfer your accounts here and help you in every 
way we can. If you want to find out a little more 
about the way First & Merchants takes care of new 
Customers, just ask your new neighbors. They're 
probably one of the 173,200 Virginia families banking 
on a better life at First & Merchants. They'll say the 
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virg.:nii\ beach - wavy 

Radio and Television have com- 
pleted arrangements with '.'le Vir- 
ginia Resch CivJs Centar D:me ta 
present Dave Brubtck and his 
Quartet in concfert on Saturday, 
June 4 at the Dc.Tie. The ccniert 
win bsg'n at 8:30 p.m. 

Dave Babecit has been elected 
along w'ith Frank Sinatra and 
Lauis Armstrong to the PLAYBOY 
Jazz Hall of Fame. Last October 
the reader? v'. PLAYBOY Maga- 
zine Wire given th? r _:ortunity 
to vote .'or the three outstanding 
jazz artists — instrumentaVst or 
vccalist, livi'"g or dead — whcm 
they thought wor'-.y of being the 
initial c>ccupants ?l the Jazz Hal! 
of Faaie. When the ballots had 
been counted for the February 
1966 issue, Brubeck, Armstrong 
and Sinatra led the rest by a 
handsome margin. 

In announcing Mr. Brubeck's 
honor, the magazine's editors stat- 
ed: "As the leader of one of 
jazzdom's foremost foursomes and 
one that has remained intact since 
1968 (an eon in show-business 
chronology) the scft-sp(*en but 
fierce defender of his music and 
his musicians has achieved a rare 
duality. He has been a pioneer in 
the exploration cf new jazz forms 
while achieving popular and finan- 
cial success (the Quartet's Time" 
LP series is a perfect case in 
point). Cmnposer - pianist-leader 
Brubeck, in carrying his jazz cru- 
sade (aided by alto saxophonist 
Paul Desmond, drummer Joe Mo- 
rello and basest ^e Wright) to 
the college campus, to the record- 
buying public and, in recent years, 
to the four comers of the globe, 
has shown an unbending dedication 
to his art." 

In other polls results published 
early this year, the (Brubeck Quar- 
tet continued to hold first place 
in the nation as an instrumental 
combo — a position it has held for 
a decade. PLAYBOY readers also 
named Mr. Brubeck for the sixth 
consecutive year as their choice 
as pianist in an All-Star Jazz 
Band. 




PAVE BRUBECK 

Joe Morello was elected as read- 
ers' choice for dnmimer, and in 
the musicians' poll for an all-star 
band Paul Desmond was first 
choice on alto sax, a position he 
has held on two previous occa- 
sions. 

Each of these honored musicians 
will be given an opportunity to 
solo during the Dave Brubeck con- 
cert on June 4 at the Civic Center 
Dome. 

Tickets are on sale at the" Civic 
Center Box Office and all Carroll's 
Drive-ins throughout the Tidewater 
area. 



Afiss Pam Crutchfield of New- 
port, R. I., formerly of Virginia 
Beach, was recently elected pres- 
ident of student government for 
the 1966-67 session at Marjorie 
Wtbster Junior College, Washing- 
ton, D. C, Miss Crutchfield, daugh- 
ter of CSpt. (USN) and Mrs. 
Robert Crutchfield, is a graduate 
of Virginia Beach Hi^ School. 
She is a dean's list student at 
Marjorie Webster. 




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Fair Set 
ForOa 3-8 



SpttM to the Vbr^x Beach Son 

VIRGiritJV EE.ACH - The big- 
gest fair ever held in Tidewater 
Virginia will be staged at Hilltop 
in Virginia Beadi from Oct. 3-«, 
the Greater Tidewater Fair. 
Under the sponsorshjp cf Virginia 
Beach Elks Lodge 2268. the fair 
will be conducted on a 30-acre site. 

John J. Shand, chairman of the 
Fair Ccxmittee of the sponsoring 
Lodge 2268, said a state charts 
has been obtained for the fan-. 

"To our knowledge this will be 
the first major fair in tiie Tide- 
water area since 1927," said 
Shand. / 

Shand sakl Steve Rose of Vir- 
ginia Beadi will serve as fair 
manager. 

Agricultural, commercial and 
industrial exhibits are planned, 
lliere will be a midway which will 
come directly from the State Firir 
in Richmond and an independent 
midway in which civic orpniza- 
tions, churches and other groups 
can put up stands. 

Shand indicated outstanding dai- 
ly entertainment will be provided. 
The fair''&lso will include a flower 
show and an art show with re- 
nowned judges. 

The six-day fair will benefit 
charities supported by Elfcs Lodge 
2268. 

Shand went on toirepwt that a 
female resident ha^ moved in at 
Barry-Robinson, a home for boys. 

Her name is Hattie. 

Hattie is a 25-pound pig, given 
to the home by Alice Brewer 
White, a daily fashion commen- 
tator on itirginia Beach radio sta- 
tion WKyk. 

She ca^ne into Mrs. White's pos- 
session at a pfess-radio-television 
party a!!R6aiiKriiig the Greater 
Tidewater Fair. 

The pig was the door prize 
awarded at the party and the win- 
ner was Mrs. White. 

The lady who owns hundreds of 
hats prortuptly dubbed the pig 
"Hattie." 

"That's in honor of all the love- 
ly hats women In Tidewater 
wear," laughed Mrs., White. "And 
I don't any of them to get the idea 
I mean they look like pigs." 




fdo Meets Taes. 

■ > ■> -BAYSflDE 5— A -special meeting 
of the Couhcii. of„Oivic Organiza- 
tions "of Virginia "ifeeach will be 
heW Tuesday, May 31, at 7:30 
p.m. at Oqean Park Fire Station. 

The punjkJse of this meeting will 
be to organize 'the Planned Forum 
at which the four Senatorial can- 
didates will be invited to speak. 
Also plans will b« devised for co- 
operating with 'the League of 
Women Voters in their pre-elec- 
tion voter registration drive. 

Merritt Graham, president, has 
announced that aU representatives 
of member organizations are 
asked to b^.piesent. 




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WALLACE R. HEATWOLE at podium imtalllBg new Heart Associa- 
tion officers. Left to right. Dr. MargoUus. president; Dr. Drew, treas- 
urer, and George P. Leigh, Jr.. first vice president. 

New Ojjkers Oj TEA 



Text and Photo by 
DOUGLAS BARNES 

VIRGINIA BEACH - Ta& heart 
is on everyone's mind. It could be 
because its June time, or because 
the press brings vividly to our at- 
tention the fact that heart surgery 
and research goes rapidly forward 
with Dr. DeBakey'Sj recent artifi- 
cial heart operation and the left 
"ventricle by-pass cperation of the 
cardio-vascular team" in Houston, 
Texas. 

In response to Pres. Johnson's 
call for- a multhnilMon lollar pro- 
gram cf international medical co- 
operation a group of "circuit rid- 
ing" heart specialists is spending 
up to five days in eadi of 34 
countries describing the lattlst 
method cf treating heart disease. 

Recently at Pinetree Inn approx- 
imately 100 members of the Tide- 
water Heart Association met at 
its annual general meeting to elect 
officers and to hear Wallace R- 
Heatwolie, president of the Vir- 
ginia Heart Assocdatwn, spreading 
the word as a "circuit ride*"." A 
brilliant attorney^ he has spoken 
in 44 states to various civic, fra- 
ternal and charitable organizat^one 
and for the past several years has 
been active in this regard. 

Heatwole was introduced by Ri- 
chard Henry Caldwell Taylor who 
bad been presented to the group 
by WiUiam (Bill) Campbell." He 
spoke enthusiastically (rf the co- 



operation between the Heart Fund 
Drives and the UCF drive. "Here 
in TidewatCT," hp stated, "you 
are blessed with a staiff and vol- 
unteers who do not belong to a 
heterogeneous organization but to 
a group of hardworking enthusias- 
tic persons. They do -not stand for 
apathy but for enthusiasm, with- 
out which nothing can ever be 
aooomplished. 

"Today there are two million 
persons in America working as 
heart volunteers, and everyone 
here seems to realize the fact that 
54% d all deaths in America are 
due to heart disease. Directly or 
indirectly, each person here has 
been aiffected by this killer. 

"Efforts have been made in the 
past by some wbo say that the 
heart movement is not necessary, 
but wherever mtortal beings sac- 
rifice themselves and beaane in- 
volved for the good of others, we 
as an organization will be en- 
graved on the tablets of mankind 
to brighten all eternity. We must, 
therefore, continue to be out front 
in our drives for the heart." 

Ntow officers elected and install- 
ed by Heatwole include president. 
Dr. Alvin Margolius; first vice 
president, Dr. George P. Leigh 
Jr.; second vice president, Dr. 
William Andrew Dickinson Jr.; 
secretary. Dr. Antonm N.- Niemey- 
er Jr.; and treasurer. Dr. Donald 
Drew. ' 



Ford Gives 
Away Car 



NORFOLK — A process engi- 
neer at Ford M'otor Company's 
Norfolk assembly plant has been 
awarded a new Mustang for an 
idea submitted under the com- 
pany's management i»x]posal plan. 

Leonard Morrell, of 709 Wolfe- 
snare Crescent, Virginia Beach, 
received notification of the award 
Ixwn Plant Manager James F. 
Black. 

The management proposal plan 
was initiated laoally in 1954. Be- 
ginning in October, 1966, top 
awards made under the program 
became a neiw Mustang or Comet 
automobile, and $800 and $300 gilft 
certifk;at^ for Phiko {xxtducts. 

Mr. Mwrell, who last we^ was 
cited by Ford for outstanding serv- 
ice to his community, is the first 
Norfolk salaried emptoyee to re- 
ceive a new car wider the pro- 
gram. 

His suggeatiai involved remo- 
val of a small strip of sound ab- 
sorber on 4-dow Pords and Mer- 
curys. Design changes m the new 
models made the strips unneces- 
sary. 

Mr. Morrell joined Ford in July, 
1959, at the company's Chester 
(Pa. ) assembly piant. He was 



Cayce Speaks ^ 
Tonight 



LYNlNHAVEN — Hugh Lynn 
Cayce of the Association for Re- 
search and Enlightenment will be 
the guest speaker at the regular 
meeting of the King's Grant Civic 
Leape tonight at 8 p.m. Friends 
of the community and interested 
persons are invited to attend the 
meeting at St. Aidan's Episcopal 
Church on Edinbungh Drive, one 
block inside t'ne main entrance of 
King's Grant. 

Mr. Cayce is the .son of the late 
Edgar Cayce who foundwl the or- 
ganization known as the A.R.E. 
He is a graduate of Wai^ington & 
Lee University, mA has lectured 
at MIT, William and Mary, Texas 
Christian, and many other univer- 
sities throughout the United 
States. He is the author of "Ven- 
ture Inward" published in 1964 by 
Harper & Row, New York, and 
numerous booklets. 

transferred to the process engi- 
neering department in Norfolk two 
years later. 

He was graduated from North- 
east High School in Philadelphia 
and .subsequently attended Dd>- 
bins Vocational School and tiie 
Drexel Institute of Technology 
there. 

Mr. Morrell and his wife, Eltel, 
have eight children. 



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NEW OFFICERS - Father Berry, secretary and treasurer; the Rev. 
Bew. vice president; and Pastor Taylor, president, (photo by Cas- 
sandra) 

When Ministers Meet 



BAYSIDE-The Virginia Beach 
J Ministerial Association met last 
week at Baylake Methodist Church 
with the Rev. R. E. Musser as the 
host to a coffee hour before the 
business sessiwi. More than forty 
ministers attended and noted with 
interest the large and extensive 
addition with scaffolding and bell 
tower being added to the original 
'handsome structure— another siignjt 
of progress. 

The Rev. R. A. Beu opened the 
jmeeting with an invocation of 
thankfii!ness and the hope that 
some day "we would be working 
as one church under God.'' 

Retiring president, the Rev. C. 
N. Clifton, who is leaving the area 
shortly for another pastorate, re- 
minded the ministers of their in- 
vitation from WKVK to give ta;ped 
spot sermcnettes of one minute 
duration, and urged them to sign 
up. 

The pilot project of ?ummer 
services d worship for camipers at 
Seashore State Park will' begin 
oh June 5 and last through Aug- 
ust 22. The ministers were asked 
to volunteer their services. 

It will be an informal type of 
family worship out of doors from 
9 to 9:30 a.m. at the amphithea- 
ter on tihe f amp-site area. In case 
of inclenwnt weather, the service 
will be canceled. 

The minister to contact is the 
Rev. J. L. Coppock at 497-2233 or 
420-2982. 

As the third study in the Wor- 
ship service. Chaiolain Warren 
Bost, Oceana NAS, planned a 
Protestant Wor^p Service discus- 
sion, filbth the Jewish and Catho- 
lic services had been discussed 
at previous meetings. 

He .spoke with t'he aid of charts 
and displays of different church 
bulletin-s and said in part: 

"Christian worship is the 
I liiirQ|Vfc)i«i^ppwiT to God's re- 
demptive acts. The respon.se is 
activated by the Holv Spirit. This 
is summed up in the phra?e: 'God 
acts — man responds.' Christians 
hold that God spoke t^roueh the 
Incarnate Word, Jesus Christ. In 
congregational worship God 
speaks 'Mav through three media 
—the written Word of the Scriio- 
ture, the preached word of the 
sermon, and the visible word of 
the Sacraments. For most congre- 
gations in the Pre.sbvterian and 
Reformed tradition these ^beliefs 



untjerlie the forms and liturgies 
upon which congregational wOTship 
is constructed." 

He was assisted by the Rev. 
James C. DeFoe who remarked 
on the emphasis placed on the 
power of the Holy Spirit by con- 
gregations in the Pentecostal tra- 
dition. 

Chairman of the committee for 
the Hospitality House for service- 
men, the Rev. Samuel Bailer Jr., 
reported that many meetings bad 
been, held with representatives 
from the City's Park and Recre- 
tion Commission and many places 
had been discussed, but, as yet, 
there were no definite plans for 
a "heme" for the service perron- 
nel. It is still hoped that the USO 
will see fit to help with the prob- 
lem. 

The nominating committee com- 
po.«€d of the Rev. J. L. Coppack, 
chairman, the Rev. R. E. Beu, 
and the Rev. R. E. Musser, pre- 
sented the slate of o!ficers who 
were unanimously elected for 
1967. They are the R^. Dickson 
W. Taylor of the Lutheran Church 
of the Good Shepherd, as presi- 
dent; the Rev. Gene L. Bucher of 
the First Church of the Brethren, 
vice president; and Father Louis 
J. Berry of St. Matthew's Roman 
Catholic church, secretary and 
treasurer. 

It was announced that the last 
meeting of the year wil^ be at the 
Research and Enlightenment Cen- 
ter on Atlantic Avenue when Hugh 
Lynn Cayce will speak. The meet- 
ing will beigin at 10:30 a.m. on 
Thursday, June 9. 



Aii-man 3/c Joseph M. V. Por- 
ter, son of Mrs. Ruth S. V. Por- 
ter of 2916 Breely Road, has been 
graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex., 
from the training oowsfrior^ttrSr 
Air Force aircraft mechanics. He 
is being assigned to Langley AFB, 
Va. for duty with the Tactical Air 
Command. 



Pvt. Lester B. Bramble, son of 
Mrs. E. Harrell. 5601 Elgin Road, 
has completed a lineman's course 
at the Army Southeastern Signal 
School, Fort Dix, N. J. He is also 
the son cf John C. Bramble, 1333 
Laurel Cresc., Norfolk. 



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Well Child 
Waitir^ Room 

iVIRiQINIA BEACH-lbe Navd 
Air Station Othipui's diSL-ei>8ary 
Weil-Chikkens' Waiting Rcopn was 
of'fidally c^ned on May 9, when 
Capt. D. C. Riimaey, H cut the 
ri^n at'Ceremoiues heki at the 
new fadlity. 

* 

The waiting room is designed 
to give well diildren a jdace to 
stay while t^ieir parents visit the 
doctor or taike their ailing brothers 
and sisters in for medical care. 

Chitf advantage of 'the facility 
is that it provides an alterantive 
to placing well children in the 
same room m^h those who could 
possibly h'av6 convnunicable dis- 
.^eases. In addition, the waiting 
room relieves mothers of the need 
to take care of their children while 
trying to explain to the doctor 
the syn^toms they have noticed 
in their chikken. 

A free service staffed by volun- 
teers, the Well-Children's Waitii^ 
Room will be open from 8 ajm. 
to 4 p.m. on Monday throi^ Fri- 
day. The taums wjU not be in 
operation on the wedtends. 




Virginia Beach SUN, Thursday, May 26, 1966 

Page 3-B 

PERSONAL MENTION 



Biiver'.y Anne Kay cf 5710 Me?r 
Street ha? been named to tie 
Dtsn's Uk at East Carolina Col- 
lege for tiie Win'.i.'." Quarter. . 

w * * 

Bruce H. Dr.-is and Glen W. 
Sachse have been ncmed to the 
Dean's List in Virginia Tech's Col- 
lege cf Arts and Sciences. 



A .'tjdi^nt fr:Ti Virginia \\r:\\ 

altending Northland C^lijg'^ h'ls 
been cited fy.- acadciic a.:'hi;v;.'- 
msr.t.' Eevt!-iy Pills his b^sn nr "v 
ed to Li2 D 'Sn'-s List frir I';.' Win- 
ter quarter. She is the d'ur^'-.L'r 
cf C. D. PiUs Lf 2:C.) Ba-:n Hiad. 
Beverly is a senior at North!ar 1 
mjjaring in art edujat'cn. 



FORT EU8TIS — Army Chief Warrant Officer Richard L. Eskey 
(right), whoss parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Cathey, 4204 Look- 
out Rll.. VirgioU Beach, Va., Is congratulated after receivnig the 
Bnwtt Star Medal at Ft. Eustis, Va., May 13. Colonel Kenneth F. 
Langland ((left), deputy assistant commandant of the Army Trans- 
portatign School here, presented the award. Eskey was cited for 
"outatasding meritorious service in connection with ground opera- 
tions against" the Viet Cong from October 1964 to September 1965. 
The 23-year-old soldier, a helicopter pilot, entered the Army in July 
1963. He WM graduated from Princess Anne High School In 1963. 
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~ • LEGAL NOTICES 




AND BECTOR ttmi wtth Ridiard W. Barnes (centa-). 
r «. Iwd pharaudst wtt People's Ihug stores win received • 
%» itt GnuMiridy Chib, LM. (photo by Cassandni) 

, The Grandaddy Club 



¥BIGI!«A BEACH-Tlie annual 
OQoreDtkm of Tbe Travdo^' Pro- 
taotivie Aaaodirtian which met at 
to Cavalier rec^itly produced 
jsame remarkafade «idel^hts \£ 
profotind iirterest 

Tlie dekgatkm frani Roaix^e 
was aafced to stand and be recog- 
niied at the convmtion dinner. 
Why? Because the four gentlemen 
wve S. 84, 85, and 88 years M 
reepectivdy! All are In good 
hec^ and fine looking men. One 
of them, Robert K. RectDr, posses- 
es the unique and signal honor 
of beii% the founds of the Grand-^ 
daddy Ltd. Ckib which now has 
meaixTs aH over tl^ world. 

It is the only exclusive clvh in 
history that reqtares "no dues, 
no meetings 9nd no moi^." It i 
gives its member the privilege ! 
of taBdng to anyone about their i 
grandchildren at any time and at 
any flacx. The purpose is "to 



Coffee House 



band together the proudest, hap- 
pier, and most cai^ree gro(4> of 
moi living today." 

Mr. Rector and Dr. E. Guy Rob- 
ertson are both registered pharm- 
acifts of many years. Both are 
former vice pr^udcnts of the 
world's largest drug firm, McKes- 
son & Retains. Rector is 82 and 
Robertson, 79. 

After retirement (V, Mr. Rec- 
tor began selling real estate in 
Roan(^e with the firm of C. W. 
Francis & Son. and is most suc- 
cessAil. 

Dr. Robertscm is well-known to 
Virginia Beach as the pharmacist 
at Ingram's Pharmacy in the May- 
flower Apartments. 



To Open 



VaUJINlA BEACH - Next to 
the .^C store on Atlamtic Avenue 
will be the "D" Coffee House, a 
rebccing haven ior visiting and 
k)cal cofiege^ge youth, including 
military persmnel. Conceived by 
the Sevens Witness Committee ai 
thfe First Presbytoian Churdi, its 
purpose is to provkle a place 
wfam the ywn^ may meet for 
oHiversjAion and ccffee, comfort 
and coo^oaniondiip. 

Dr. Ben CostaiMder is the 
cbainnan of the Witness Commit- 
tee wiudi is working to have the 
(dace ready for opmng on May 
as, Satirday nig^t at 8 p.m. 
Thou^ joiiAly sponsored by the 
First Presbyterian Church and the 
Nnfdk Presbytery, it wi}\ be a 
completely ^parate operation 
from the church. Manager of the 
"D"' will be James Holdemess of 
Taboro, N. C, a rising 5enJor 
from Ae Unim Ttieological Sem- 
inary in Richmond, wiw will oper- 
ate it as a "t^xne away ircm 
heme." 

The Rev. William D. Russell has 
stated that the members fe!t this 
would be a way to witness to 
young people without using a the- 
ok>gical or rekgious theme. "The 
coffee hwise is bmg provided as 
a benefit for them: not for the 
churA." C;rf?€, cold drinks, and 
padiaged snacks will be avail s^le. 
and entertainment which wiH prtfo- 
ably be mainly in the folk music 
line, may consist of b:^ proies- 
aooal and amateur performers. 

Hours ttet the "D" will be opoi 
will be from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., and 
after <hme 4 wiM be open on a 
regular schedule. 



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COMMONWEALTH OF VHIGINIA 

h the Cerk's Officv: of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 17th day of May, 
J966. 

Ordo- vi PnUicatkNi 

GLORI\ JE.\N G\REY 

Plantiff, 
against 

TH(»IAS PAUL CAREY 
Defendant. 

The object of this rait is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vincub matri- 
ttifxa from the saki defetdant, 
upon the pxninds of two yeM« 
se|)aration. 

.^id an affidavit Invkig been 
made and filed that Hoa defendant 
is a non-resident of tiie State of 
Vii^inia, tfie last known post of- 
fice address being 608 F«-rero 
Lane, LaPuoite, CaUfomia it is 
mtkred that he do i^^^k here 
within ten (10)/«days dUx &e 



• IH^AL NOTICES 



piMkatioR ha9(A, and do whit 
may be necesary to (»iBtect his 
inlmst in this suit. 

A a^v-Teste: 

3am V. raNTREffi. Cla-k. 

By: M«7 M. White. DC. 
CatOB ic Wri|^ 
2S08 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beadi, Virgkiia 

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pRtod of more than ^nds. Series of 1936, of the Oty 



CWMMONWEALin «V VnUHNIA 

In the Cleifs OTmx <tf the Cir- 
aaXOaiMi d the City of Vii^ia 
Bead), on the 29tfa day of April 
1961. 

RONAIi) JOSEPH ISUTZII/VN. 
Plainttff, 
against 

NANCY LEE HEITZMAN. 
Defendant. 
Order of i>alriicatioa 

ttie object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
m(»ui from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion last 



ing for a 
one year. 

And an affidwrit having been 
made and filed t^ the defendant 
is a pon-FNidoit of ti^ State 61 
Viv^nia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: Apartoient 706, 
en O'Farrell Stred, San FYands- 
co. CaUfonia, it is orda«d that 
dw do a||>ear here within ten (10) 
Seiys alter dM piiiikation hereof, 
and do what may, be necessary to 
(H-otect her intmat in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOaH V. FEtrmESS. Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fniit, DC. 
Th«xil(»e A. Boyce, p.q. 
KB Plaza Trail-North 
Vir^nia Beach, Virginia 

5-54t 



PUBUC NOTICE 

On the 23rd day of May, 1966, 
the Council of the City d VirgHira 
Beadi, Vii^inia, adopted a resiolu- 
ticn entklwl, "A Resolution Au- 
thorizing the Issuance and Sale of 
$1,000,000 Public fenprwsment 



C'f Vj-ginia Bsach, Virginia, and 
ProvMir,g for the Fo-m, Details 
and Payment Therecf." 

The pijrfcsss for which the 

bonds are to bs issued and ths 

as«3unt of bond for each pur,;?03e 

are as follows: 

Acquu-e 144 acres of open 
g^ace for recreation 261,000 

Construct and eqiEp an 
addition to the pMic 
health building 50.000 

Construct and equip r a 
new police station and 
provide a<kUtional equip- 
ment for the cenlrai po- 
lice statian 100,000 

Improve and extend 
st"eet- and highways, 
including U. S. Route 
60 and State Routes 223 
(Independence Boule- 
vard) and 599 (G«Jeral A^ 
Boothe Boulevard), and ^k 
improve hi^iway drain- 
age 589.000 



$1,000,000 



• LEGAL NOTICES 
JOHN V. FErmsss. CI«t, 

Oty d mti^Ba» Beach. Virginia 
5^8-lt 

VIRGINIA: 

io aie Ckmt Court of tiie City 
of Virginia Beach on the mh day 
of May, 1966. 
m THEMATHniOF 
FRED J. BLO&ISPQT AND 
MARY RiVlS ML-KRAY. AD- 
MfiCSTRATCWS, C.T.A. Of 
TflE ESTATE OF BLlOOE 
ROSEBRO \XeiTM»S:, DE- 
CEASED 

dMrw ICaow Order 

• It a^^iearii^ to ttie Court 0iat 
a report of the aodount- d F^ed J. 
BIoMUMJt and Mary Itevie Mur- 
ray, ct.a. of the Estate of Bli»Khe 
Rosrf>ro Whitemore, deceased, 
and of the debts and demands 
£|ainst her estate has been fOed 
in the Clerk's Office cf this Court, 
and that six months have elapsed 
since the qualification, on motion 
of said Fred J. Bloemipot and 
Mary Davis Murray, Administra- 
tors, ct.a. of the Estate of 



♦ tIGMWOTICB I 

ttandK Roedbro fpyiraare, de- j 
■eased, tt it 

CRiDGRGDtiMttbecraditoi^of, I 

and al others interested in the \ 

E^ate of Blanche %8cbro Whit- i 

more, deceased, do show cjftee,,! 

if my iiiey cao, on t^ 3BU) day ^ 

of June, 1986, befDre Ais Cburt, in 

its oourtroom, agakHt the pay- 

mant aad deUvoy d the Estate of J 

Btaodw ReMbro WMtmore. de- j 

ceased, tia (be devisees and lega- 1 

tees, witeut requiiing rafunding \ 
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DOOQI. ^^ 

IT fiS FiniTHEai CfiOGREI) j 

*H this 9iow Cmse OT6er be J 

pdblished mot a week lor four ] 

successive we^ in the Virginia ] 

Beach Sun, a newspepo* having ; 

g^eral circulation in the City of 1 

Virginia Beach, Virginia. | 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FET^TRESS, Qerk J 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 

Robert Lee Simpson 

Beach Theatre Building J 

Virginia Beadi. Virginia 

^ 5-264t 1 





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BLUE CROSS 

PLEASE PRINT 



APPLICATION 



65 EXTENDED 

Husband and wife must file separate applications 



BLUE SHIELD 

PLEASE PRINT 



I wish to enroll as a Subscriber for the prepaid health care services offered by Virginia Hospital Ser\i- 
ice Association and Virginia Medical Service Association under the 65 Extended Contract 

My Social Security Number , 

Birth Month Year 



Q Male □ Female 



Name: 

□ Miss Q Mrs. 

Q Mr. . • 



(first name) 



(middle initial] 



(last name) 



Address: 



ZIP Code 



Please bill me for this coverage every □ 2, Q 6, or Q 12 moAttis 



Are you now P] YES | 
a Blue Cross ^,-, 

member? □ "^O 



Blue Cross 
Plan of _ 



under 

Contract Number 

If Blue Cross 
group coverage, _ 
give group's 
name and 
address: _ 



(ci^ or state) 



Do you have p Spouse under 65 [j Unmarried dependent children iMider 19 



I have other health care 
coverage to aupplement the 
Fedenl Medicare program with: 



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CHECK ONE 

^ I do not have other health 
care coverage except that 
provided by the Federal 
Medicare program. 



(name of insurance comiwfiy) 
1 certify that the information on this application is accwite to tt«e best of my knowledge. 



form E-BO-S 



Date 



Applicant's 
Signature . 



For Virginians 65 or olden 

here is the 

— ^ • 

coverage you neecf 
fo supplennenf Medicare 



offered to residents of the 69-county area in 
the eastern two-thirds of Virginia served by 
VHSA and VMSA ^ 

COVERS the patient's share of hospital, 
outpatient, and extended care expenses by 
providing for the deductible and coinsurance 
amounts not covered by Medicare Part A. 

ADDS hospital, outpatient, physicians' and 
related benefits not offered by Medicare Part 
A or B. 

INCLUDES the patient's share of physi- 
cians' care expenses ... the deductible and 
coinsurance amounts not covered by Medicare 
Parte. 

HELPS take core of a wide variety of health 
care expenses ... up to $10,000 lifetime 
benefits. 

EXPANDS your Medicare benefits for ' 1 

only $4.60 per person monthly. *^^ ^ 



If you ore 65 or older and not already a 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield subscriber, 
apply for 65 EXTENDED now. Fill out the 
application form and mail today to Blue Ctos$ 
and Blue Shield, 4010 West Broad Street, 
Richmond, Virginia. Send no money. Appli- 
cations received by May 25 become effec- 
tive with Medicare— July 1, 1966. 



^ j»^#Jf 3ii*l *mf''^"^ 



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• LEGAL NOTICE 



• LEGAL NOTICES 



'VnOINIA: , 

In the Cleric's Office of the Cir- 
cuit Court <rf the City of Virginia 
Beach wi the 12th day of May 
1966. 

** In JChancery 

FALA OOKPORATION. 
Coaifimwni, 

V. 

OSQ\R BLY (also known as ARr 
THim BLY) amd MABELINE 
BLY 

5S29 Bryant Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
CORA BLY, unmarried 
1304 Ch^ Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 
L. p. ELY 
6430 Newtown Road 
Virginia Beach, Vu-ginia 
LYDL\ BLY WATFORD and 

JOHNiNY WATFORD 
5629 Bryant Road 
Virginia Beach, Vir^nia 
SOLOMON BLY, da:ea^ 
LAURA BLY, Widow 
1625 Lafwrfflice Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 



RaCHARD BLY (also known as 
RilOHAiHD SUMNER), an infant 

16K Lawrence Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 

MAUDE BLY MORGAN. 
Deceased 

WaiiAM H. BLY (also known as 
WILLIAM BLY MORGAN) 

9629 Bryant Road 

Virginia "Beaoh, Virginia 

ROSA BLY HAMLIN, unmarried 

239 Virginia Beach Boulevard 

NorffcUt, Vii^inia 

VIRGIE JEAN MORGAN SUM- 
NER 

1625 Lawrence Street 

Baltimore, Maryland, and if they 
bs dead, their surviving spouses, 
heirs-at-law, devisees or assigns, 
except those named above, 
whose names are unknown, their 
respective lien creditors, if any, 
and all other persons, who are 
or may be interested in the 
property to be partitioned in 
these proceedings, all the said 
parties being hereby proceeded 
against by the general descrip- 



• LEGAL NOnCE 

tion of "PARTIES UNKNOWN." 
Defendants. 

Order of Publkattoii 

The object of this suit is to par- 
tition t^e hereinafter described 
real property in one of the modes 
prescrSbed by law, to adjudicate 
the fee single owners of said 
prq)erty; said liaid being situate 
in the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, and being more partictflarly 
described as follows, to-wit: 

ALL that certain tract, piece 
or parcel of land, situate, lying 
and being in the Bayside Borough 
of the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, on Bryant Road, and bound- 
ed and described as follows: 

BBGINNiING at a pin on the 
south or west side of Bryant Road 
dividing the property herein de- 
scribed from that now or fornoerly 
of George Sparrow; tiience frofii 
said point of beginning south 41° 
57'10" west 350.57 feet to a point; 
thence north 63° 12* 10" west 
148.40 feet to a pipe; thence north 
60° 46' 00" west 213.16 feet to a 



• LEGAL NOTICES 

pin; thence north 63° 12* 10" west 
352.66 feet to a pin on the north 
side of Bryant Road; thence along 
the right of way of Bryant Road 
the following courses and dirtanc 
es to the pljnt of beginning; 
thence north 86* 56' 30" east 106.68 
feet to a point; thence north 61° 
3B' 50" east 480.0 feet to a point; 
thence south 60° 10' 40" east 93.44 
feet to a point; thence south 40° 
15' east 396.23 feet to a pin in the 
right of way of Bryant Road, the 
point of beginning. 

An affidavit having been made 
that the following defendants are 
non-residents of the Common- 
wealth of-Virginia, and that their 
last known post office addresses 
are as folkxws: Laura Bly, 1625 
Lawrence ^reet, Baltimore, Mary- 
land; Richard Bly (a-k-a Richard 
Sumner), 1625 Lawrence Street, 
Baltimore, Maryland, and Virgie 
Jean Morgan Sumner, 1625 Law- 
rence Street, Baltimore, Mary- 
land, or if they be not living, 
their heirs, or any other persons 



LEGAL NOTICES 



who may have an intwest in this 
matter. 

iT IS ORDERED that the shove 
named persMis who are, or may 
be, interested m the property to 
be partitioaed in these proceedings 
appear wMiin ten (10) days after 
the pii>lication of this order to do 
what may be necessary to protect 
their re^ective interest. 

IT IS FURTIffiR ORDERED 
tiiat a copy of this Order be post- 
ed on the front of the Courthouse 
of the Circuit Ccnni of the City cif 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, not less 
than ten (10) days b2fcre applica- 
tion for the appointment of a Cmi- 
missioner is made herein, and the 
copies of this Order be at the 
same time mailed to the non-reoi- 
dent defendants at the Post Of- 
fice Address appearing in the aif- 
fWavit. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED 
that the above portion of this Or- 
der be published once a week for 
four successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a newspaper 




FOR ONLY $4.60 PER MONTH YOU GET IMPORTANT 
HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL BENEFITS 



MEDICARE 




Part A 

NT HOSPITAL SERVICES 

; semipriva1^'%pr|,#5eprt^die^f^^a! nyrjlng, 
nd necessary !Yii^»i^Kt Services for dO days per 
f illness" 

YOU MUST PAY-first $40 of hospital charges 
—$10 per day, 61st— 90th day 

Medicare does not cover care beyond 90th dayf 
Medfcare does not cover care outside U. S. 

lENT HOSPITAL DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES 

. 80% payment for diagnostic X-ray and labora* 
Mce provided during 20-day peilod 

YOU MUST PAY-l^irst $20 of hospital chargesf 
—20% of the charges 

OUTPATIENT HOSPITAL SERVICES 
Medicare does jnot cover 



BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD 65 EXTENDED 



> PAYS IN FULL first $40 of hospital charge 
$10 per day, 61st-90th day 
Benefits shown at right 
Benefits shown at right 



PLUS LIFETIME BENEFITS UP TO $10,000 



Payment will be made for 80% of reasonable charges 
for the following services to the extent not covered by 
Medicare. You must, however, assume responsibility for 
the first $100 of such charges during each calendar year. 



6 



>PAYS IN FULL 



• PAYS IN FULl. 



lEO CARE SERVICES 

; up to 100 days in qualified facility after mini- 
day hospital stay (January 1, 1967) ■ 

YOU MUST PAY-$5 per day, 2lst-100th day [> PAYS 

HEALTH SERVICES 

to 100 visits per year by nurse or qualified per* 

after minimum 3-day hospital stay 

\TRIC HOSPITAL CARE 
maximum of 190 days in qualified facility 

;UL0SIS INSTITUTIONAL CARE 

m of 90 days per "spell of illness" In qualified 

Parte 
ANS- SERVICES, OTHER MEDICAL SERVICES 

80% of reasonable charges for physicians' ser- 
p to 100 home health visits per year, diagnostic 
;ray or radium treatments, certain ambulance 
, oxygen equipment rental, braces, artificial limbs, 
ic devices 



YOU MUST PAY-first $50 per calendar year 
—balance of charges 

■HOSPITAL PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES 

to 1250 during calendar year, or 50% of charges, 

erJs smaller 



first $20 of hospital charges 
20% of the charges 



treatment of accidental Injury 
minor surgery in outpatient facility 
emergency medical treatment 
therapy of all types including 
X-ray and radiation therapy 



IN FULL $5 per day, 21st-100th day 

Not covered 
Not covered 
Nq^ covered 




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HOSPITAL BENEFITS 
care beyond 90th day 
care anywhere in the world 
semi-private room and board 
^special diet 

general nursing services 
operating room services 
recovery room services 
anesthetics and their administration 
X-ray 

diagnostic laboratory procedures 
radiation therapy 
oxygen and its administration 
drugs and medicines used in hospital 
dressings and casts used in hospital 
electrocardiograms 
electroencephalograms 
basal metabolism tests 



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Benefits shown at right 



Not covered 



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MEDICAL BENEFITS 

physicians' office services 

physicians' home services 

physicians' hospital services 

services of qualified professional 

physical therapists 

rental of wheel chair 

rental of iron lung 

rental of other durable equipment 

professional ambulance service used 

locally 

orthopedic braces 

crutches 

prosthetic appliances 

casts 



IL BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD SUB- 

iRS: 

5 no need for you to complete this application 
EXTENDED. If you are 65 or oveo you will 
Wl information regarding your VHSA and 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield coverage In the 
where you work. If you do not receive such 
ition y^ithin 30 days, you ^ouid contact your 
lue Cross and Blue Shield office, or your 



odministrator. 



EXCLUSIONS 

This program does not include: benefits provided 
by or available under Medicare Part A and Part B; 
services or supplies provided by or available 
under any plan or program providing benefits or 
services for hospital or physicians' care or treat- 
ment; benefits provided under Federal. State, or 
local laws, including Workmen's Compensation, 
or by virtue of employment; dental care, unless 
made necessary by accidental bodily injury oc- 
curring while subscriber is enrolled; eye glasses 
and hearing aids; travel; private room charge 
above most prevalent semi-private room rate; 
care for nervous, mental, or tubercular condi- 
tions; blood; prescription drugs, except those ad- 
ministered while a hospital or extended care fa- 
cility inpatient; private duty nursing; and sur- 
gery for cosmetic purposes. 



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WAITING PERIOD 

Benefits for pre-existing conditions and elective 
surgery are available only after your Blue Cross 
and Blue Shield 65 Extended Contract has been 
in effect for six months. However, this waiting 
period will be waived if you were enrolled in 
Blue Cross or Blue Shield immediately prior to 
the effective date of your 65 Extended Contract. 



SPELL OF ILLNESS 

A "spell of illness" begins on the first day you 
receive covered services as a patient in a hos- 
pital or extended care facility. It ends after you 
have been out of a hospital or extended care 
facility for 60 consecutive days. You may be dis- 
charged and readmitted several times during a 
spell of illness, but a new spell of illness cannot 
begin until you have l>een out of a hospital or 
extended care facility for 60 consecutive days. 



BLUE CROSS ZIBLUE SHIELD 

CBS VklWa Bead BoulcTtfd ^V 



• LEGAL NOTICES Virginia Beach SUN, 



Nerfoik. Virgtaia 23M1 



publii^ed in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. I 

Teste- 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Allen J. Qordon, p.q. 
4211 E. Indian River Road 
Chesapeake, Virginia 

5-19-4t 



Thursday, Miy 26, 1966 
Page 5-B 



COMMONWEALTH OF VmCINIA 

In the Clerk's CCfice of the Cir- 
cuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beacii, on the 19th day of May, 
196S. 
EDWARD F. BURUEY, Plain- 
tiff, 

against 
NAN KAREN BURLEY, 
D^feuiSnt. 

Order of Publication , ' 

The cibject of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro to 
be later merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address' being: 14 Murphy 
Circle, Newport, Rhode Island, it 
is ordered that she do afipear here 
within ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect her 



• LE GAL NOTICES 

interest in this suit. 

A coK'— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Willcox, Savage, Lawrence, 

Dickson & Spindle, p.q. 
Philio G. Denman 
3115 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



LK3AL NOTICES 



5-28-4t 



PUBLIC NCnCE 

Application will be made to the 
City cf Virginia Bcaich Council for 
the hearing of June 13th at 2:00 
p.m. for permission to rekjcate 
the below listed houses: 

1. 1 story wood framed house 
belonging to Willis Fields, 
now located at 3526 Holland 
Road, to be moved to 717 
South Rosemont Road, Pecan 
Gardens. 

2. 2 story wood framed house 
belonging to Mattie Peek, 
now located on IHoUand IRoad 
and South Lynnhaven, Rd., to 
be nwved afproxJmately 1,500 
feet north on the same side of 
Holland Road as now located. 

Houses to be moved by Fred 
Sherman and Sons. 5-19-2t 



I CmmONWEALTH or VIRGINIA 

I In the Clerk's O^ice of the Qr- 

cuit Court (rf tfK CTity of Virginia 

Beadi. on the Ifth day of May, 

ANGELA S. SCSON, Plaintiff, 

against 
JUANITO SISON, Defendant. 

Order of PabUcatfan , / 
The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro to 
be later merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the grounds of de- 
sertton, 

■i 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defsndant 
is a non^^dent (rf the St^e of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: USS Wacan- 
maw, AO-109, FPO, New York, 
New York, it is ordered that he 
do appear tere wfthin ten (10) 
days after due pubKcatiwi hereof, 
and do what may be necessary to 
protect his intere« in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FEINTR'ESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
J. Peter HoUand, II, p.q. 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-2&-41 



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CHAMPION 
BOURBON 



EIGHT 

YEARS 

OLD 




v. 



STRDIGHT eOURBON ■ 86 PROOF ©CHAMPION OISTIUMG CO.. lAWKICUUira, IMtAIU> 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

On the 23rd day of May, 1966, 
the Council of the City (A Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, adopted a resclu- 
tion entitled, "A Resokition Au- 
thorizing the Issuance and Sale of 
12,000,000 Water and Sewer Bonds, 
Series of 1966, of the City of Vir- 
ginia Beacji, Virginia, and f*ro- 
viding for the Form, Details ar,d 
Payment Thereof." 

The purpose for which the bonds 
are to be issued is to 'Provide 
funds to improve and extend the 
City's water transmission and dis- 
tribution system and fts sewer cal- 
Je<ction system and the amount of 
the bond is $2,000,000. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk, 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 
5-26-lt 



COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGimA 

In the Clerk's (Mfice of the Cir- 
Beach, on the 2nd day of May 
1966. u^^ 

LINDA KAY BRILL, Inft., 
Plaintiff, 
against 

DANIEL W. BRIILL, Defendant. 
Order of PubUcalJoB 

The object of this suit is to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii, from tlie 
said defendant upon the grounds 
df desertion. 

And an aflfidavit having been 
made and filed thdt the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post of- 
fice address being: 696 Wooster, 
NotUi Barberton, Ohio, it is or- 
dered that he do appear here with- 
in ten (10) days after due publica- 
tion h«-eof, and do what may be 
necessary to i»"otect his interest ih 
this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRJESS, Clerk. 

By: Mary M. White D.C. 
Tlieodore A. Boyce, p.q. 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-12-41 



/^^2<k/U/ccC A J^^TTi'CAC 



Lawrence ■ • like many of his asscci^es at Seaboard ... is very 

active in church and community affairs. He's a mcmb3r 

cf the Vestry a::d Superintendent of the Sunday School of St. Paul's Episcopal 

Church. He's a Director of the SufioHt-Nansanord American 

Red Cross . . . the Suffolk Cotillon Cli* ... aid the Tri-County 

-■Vssocialion for Retarded ChiWren. 

Lawrence graduated from Suffolk Hi^ Sch(K)l, Hampden-^Khiey Colkge 

and toc4i graduate courses at the University <^ Richnsond. 

Whv.n Lawrence came to Seaboard in 1%4 . . . 

he brought an outstanding financial background with him. In September 

of 1965 he was appointed an Exec-utive of the Suffolk Office. 

It would naturally please Lawrence very much tf y«i'd stop by 

ani ss3 him it you're in the neighborhood of the Suffolk Office. Our future dcper.dj on 

people 1 ke LawTtnce Smith. People wl» always coi^.ftute thar 

leadership and knLwkdge to then- wotk • . • at Seaboard and in the community. 




Seahoar^Ciiim^n&'Nai^iialBaxik Q^ 



; •S'5W*S*»»i3^i?' 



BeacH SUN, Thursday, May 26, 1966 



• liQM. NOTICES 



• UOAL NOTICES 



Ura OF VIRGINIA 

' » *e Cferirt Office of the Cir- 
^ Owrt of the aty of Virginia 
WiA « a* 17A day of May, 

(Mw if PiMortin 
••*««« Vmm: BUTTS PABK- 
BR. naiDtiff, 



I^XIS PARKEai. SR. 



Itefli^ect of this suit is to ob- 
*^ • *woe a vinculo matri- 
^^ fcw» the said defendant. 
«!»• Ifce p-«nds of desertion. 
. . And an affidavit having been 
•naie tad fiJed that ^ defendant 
to « BBB-neBidert of the Sate of 
Vk0ekk, the last known po^ of- 
fice addruw being: SPC, E7. Fir- 
^ Battery. 1st Misaie Battalion, 
Wk Artillery. Fort SH, Okla- 
hoeaa. ft is ordered that be do 
maar here wiUun ten <10» days 
a«r due pii>lkatioii hereof, and 
d» what may be necessary to 
fV^Qfeact his interest in this suit. 
t A oi«iy— Teste: 

JOBS V. FENTOESS. Oerk. 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Fiae. fine, L^um,«Schwan & Fine 
Law euilding 
NoHM:. Virginia 

5-lMt 



is onte-ed that he do aijpear here 
within ten (10> days after due 
publication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A cow— Te^: 

JOHN V. nLNTRESS. Clerk. 

By: J. Curtis 'Fruit. DC 
Brydges, Broyles & McKenry, p.q. 
1369 La^in Road 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

5-12-41 



O0WMt »iWEALTH OT VHtGlNIA 

fa the aerk's Office of the Cir- 
ciA Oourt of the aty of Virginia 
Beach, on the 9th day of May. 



PBCSGY LOU ROSS. Plaintiff. 



DONALD E. ROSS, Defendant. 
Airier of PobUcatlM 
Hie object <rf this suit is to ob- 
tain a (fivorce a roensa et tboro. 
to be in <hie tsne m^fed into a 
#W)ree a vinculo njatrimonii from 
the sud defendant upon the 
genads of deserticm and abandon- 
mot on the part of the defendant 
on Flebniary 1st. 1966, which said 
denrtion md abandonment has 
baeo coBtkuous and unintanqited, 
agl withoitf cohdiHatian, and 
wUA was without just cause. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and ^ed that the defoidant 
. is a Bon-resident of the State of 
\^gima, the last kaam post of- 
fice address being: 1220 N. W. 1st 
Aveaiie, Fort Lauderdale, FVrida, 
it is oitoed tfa^ he do i^ipear 
here trithin 10 (ten) days after 
doe pdilicaticm hereof, and do 
wiiat may be necessary to protect 

A cqjy— Teste: 
JQH4 V. JiUnitESS. Clerk 
Qy: J. Qvtis Fruit, DC. 
Meaa r s . Ba^isv & Hubbaid, 

Attys., p.q. 
Bawd <tf IVade Buildii^ 
Norfok, Viiiginia 

6-U-4t 



[OFVmGINU 
ia the CSeik's OIGce of the Cir- 
eult Oourt of the City of Virginia 
li. on Uie Sth day of May, 



VtUtk GUFTIE EVANS, 
Pbdiittff, 
mtinjjt 

nUDOUV EVANS. Def^idant. 
OHttid Pnbttoiaioa 

Ihe «bject of this suit is to ob- 
ttta a ^oroe- a vinculo matri- 
mmui from the said defendant, 
a|>oa the grounds of separation for 
more than two years. 

And an affidavit having be^ 
node and filed that the defendant 
is a mn-resident of ^ State of 
Vii^^a, the last known post of- 
fice address beii^: 609 North Pop^ 
lar Street, C^iampaign, IlliMMs, it 



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VIRGIWA: 

In the Cleric's Office of the Cir- 
cuit C<Hirt of the City of Virginia 
j Beach on the 11th day of May. 
1 1966. 
LN TFffi Xi\TTER OF: 

Application of WTiiteacre. Inc. 
to the Commonwealth of Virginia 
fw the purchase of Lots 27 and 
29, in Block 37: Lots 33 and 35, 
in Kock 42: Lots 5 and 7. in Block 
68, M^ of Shadow Lawn Heights, 
recorded in Map Book 7, at Page 
14: and Lots 9 and 10 in Block 
139, Plat (rf Rridgecrest, recol-ded 
in Map Book 7. at Page 101. 

Order of PuWkatlon \ 
To: J. P. Phelps and Maud L 
Wjelps, hi^and and wife (also 
known as J. P. and Maude L. 
PWllips), Mrs. S. B. Dryden; Al- 
ice V. Dozier; Ann C. Davenport 
<a!so known as Anne C. Daven- 
port), 
Vou are hereby notified that 
'a) All those certain lots, piece 
or parcels of land, located and sit- 
uated in the Virginia Beach Bor 
oui^, City of Virginia Beach. Vir- 
ginia, and being known, nunAer- 
ed and designated as Lots 27 and 
39, in Block 37; Lots 33 and 35, 
in Block 42; and Lots 5 and 7, in 
Block ee, on the plat entitled 
'^Map of Siadow Lawn Heights," 
made by John M. Baldwin, C.E., 
and duly recorded in the Cierk's 
Office of the Circuit Court of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, in M«^) 
Book 7. at Pj^e 14; reference to 
which plat is hereby made for a 
mwe particular desertion of said 
k>ts: and 

(b) All those certain lots, pieces 
or parcels of land located and 
situated in the Vii^ia Beach 
Borou^, City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and being known, num- 
bed and designated as Lots 9 
and 10, in Block 139, on the map 
entitled "Plat of Ridgecrest," 
property d Virginia Beach Realty 
Corporation, made by Ck)dfeWer 
and Schirier, Engrs., viWt* map 
is duly recorded in the aforesaid 
aerie's (Xfice in Map Book 7, at 
Pfge 101; reference to which plat 
is hereby made for a more par- 
ticular description of said lots, 
were sold on the 5th day of De- 
cember. 1946 for delinquent taxes, 
levies, interest and costs to the 
Commonwealth of Vdrgiraa and ap- 
plication for the purchase thereof 
has been filed in this office. And 
it appearing from the records in 
this office uiat you are interested 
in said land, you are further noti- 
fied to appear in four months 
from the date of this notice and 
do what may be necessary to pro- 
tect your interests. 

GIVELN under myhand this 11th 
day of May. 1966. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN v. FEOTTIESS. Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
KeHam and Kellam 
U5 \. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach Virginia 

5-194t 



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STRONG 
COMMUNITIES 



BAPTIST 



CHRISnAN 



C<»IMUNITY 



JEWISH 



BETHEL METHODIST CHVBCH 

Trinwsn Anne 
Ruy K. Jiu'kKon, Pastor 



TABEBNACLB JIBTHOmST CHCKCH 

Prinoegs Anne, Virginia 
Robert H. Qonier. Minister 



AK\(iON.% RAI'TIHT CHIKCH 

Niiw .M'ciinir In Louise Luxfurd 

Klenient.arr School 

N. C. Clillon. Pastor 



BAYSIDE BAPTIST rHt'RTH 

14K0 Hli-asiire Hoiiw, R-i. 
JiUiieg V. DeFoe, Pastor 



BAYSIDE CHBISTIAN CHIRCH 

(ConKreirational) 
Shore Drive aiwl Greenwell Road 

Karl L. Farrell, Mininter 

DIAMOND HPBIIKm CHKISTIAV 

CHt'BCH . 

Disciple* of ChriM 

6700 W. Baden Road 

G. David Hhreeves, Pastor 



I LVMNHAVKN COLONV INITKD 
CHIRCH 

(ConirreifatioMal Christian) 

Great SerM Rd, near Shore -fwive 

Tlie Kev. Tho. H. Britton 



TK.MPLE KMAM \l, 

a.'ith and Baltj.-. V:i. lii;iili 
Pliilip Pini'U>^. Itiili^u 



CHARITY METHODIST CHIIBCH 

HiW'k Biiy. Virtrinia 
X,e»iie K. Gia<-e, Minister 



THALIA METHODIST rillTBCH 

Pinfe Ave. and Va. Beath Blvd. 
William L. Aslier, ,Pa«tor 



BEACHLAWN BAPTIST rHrRCH 

ftth and Med. Avenue 
Oi-oriie WoUelt. Jr.. Minister 



BIBLE BAPTIST rHTBCH 

Greenwell Rd. aifj Lakeview Dr. 

Bayside. Va. 

Rev. David Moore, Pastor 



BI^CKWATER feAPTIST CHVBCH 

Rev. Ralph L. Horn 



81'Bt'RBAN CHKISTIAN CHIRCH 

111 Lobouvh Aven'ie 
»•». •'. Frederick Parker 



CHURCH OFCORmt 



CHUBCH OF CHRIST 

146« Va. Beach Blvd. Oceana 
Roy N. Wilson. Minister 



OCEAN PARK ««»M.MUNITV 
CHIBCH 

DuPont Circle. BajHide. Va. 
Paul E. MtCullough. Th.M. 



LUTHERAN 



OOMMINITV METHODIST CHURCH 

Acreiiale — Kempgville 
Rev. John L. Kibler', Jr. 



CARROW BAPTIST OmJBCH 

Rev. Gary B. Thompson 



KALA CHt'RCH OF CHRIST 

Creeds, Virginia Bea<-h. Virginia 
W. T. Weaver, Minister 



VIRGINIA BEACH COM.MlHltY 
CHAPEL 

Laakin Bd.. Linkhora Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodward, Pastor 



EPISCOPAL 



EASTERV SHORE CHAPEL 

B. Sidney Sanders. Rector 



EMAXl'AL Ll'THERAN (HI RCII 

Lynn Shore Drive at Virtciiiia Beach 
Kenneth A. Price, Pastor 



FOrNDRY METHODIST CHCR6h 

Va. B».ach Blvd., Ljnnhavpn 
William H. Acosta. Minister 



EVANGELICAL LITHERAN CHIRCH 
OF THE GOOI> MHEPHERU 

1489 Laskin Road 
Rev. Dickson W. Taylor 



FRANCIS ASRl'RY METHODIST 
CHVRCH 

Great Ne<'k Road 
LeRoy Davis, Minister 



SALEM METHODIST CHITRCH 

Princess Anne, Virg-inla 
Emory S. Ellmore, Minister 

TIBGIMA BEACH METHODIST 
CHURCH 

807 18th Street 
Rev. Beverly K-^lty 



PENTECOSTAL 



OCB SAVIOR'S LUTHERAX 
CHIRCH 

Baylake Pines, Bayside 
Kenneth R. Carbautrh, Pastor 



BATGOOD MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHURCH 

4713 Hayrood Road 
Robert F. Bryan, Pastor 



CORNERSTONE BAPTIST 

(ronwrvalive Baotist) 
Rev. Parker Younr 
220 Red TMe Road 



OCEANA CHURCH OF CHRIST 

1460 Vlrrini* Beach Blvd. 
Roy Wilson, Pastor 



EMMANXEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

2:13 Bowman Road 
Bev. Leonard R. Graves, Jr. 



FAITH BAPTIST CHITBCH 

6818 Va. Beach Blvd.. Norfolk 
Frt>d M. Fariss, Pastor 



FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHUBCH 

419 Glenrock Road. Norfolk 
Rev. Charles T. Hendricks 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

35th <<t. at Holly Rd. 
H. Wadell Waters. Pastor 



FIBST COI^ONIAL BAPTIST CHUBCH 

George T. 9tallin»8. Pastor 



FBEEWILL BAPTIST CHUBCH 

1415 0<-pana Boulevard 
T. J. Tnrle, Pastor 



PEMBBOKB MANOB UNITED 
CHURCH OF CHRIST 

(Conrrerational Christian) 

Meelinw in Pembroke Manor 

Elementary School 

Rev. Carl T. Daye 



CHURCH OF GOD 



ASSEMBLY OF GOD 

Viririnia Beach Boulevard 

Ilast Lane •— Oceana 

Rei. Samuel D. Bieler, Jr. 

CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14th Street 

Bobby H. Sams. Pastor 



GALILEE EPISCOPAL CHUBCH 

40th and Pacific 
The Rev. "Edmund Berktley. Rector 



OLD DONATION EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

448 WiK'h Duck Road, Bayside 



ST, AIDEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Kind's Grant Rd. and Edinburg Drive 
Rev, L. J. Taylor, Jr.^ Vicar 



PRINCE OK PEACE LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

424 KinK^'s Grant Road 

Rev. J. Elmer Medley, Pastor 



NAZARENE 



OCRVNA CHI:RCH OF THE 
KAZARENS 

S. Court House Rd., Oceans 
Paul R. Aldrich, Faator 



KNOTTS ISLAND METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Knotts Island. N. C. 
Robert C. Black, Minister 



LeKIES METHODIST CHURCH 

6660 Viririnia Beach Blvd. 
Rev. C. Katon Gray 



LYNNHAVEN METHODIST CHURCH 

Little Neck Road 
Bev. Oscar V. Bodrifuez 



MIMMO METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne, Virifinla 
Emory S. Ellmore. Minister 



PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CHBIST 

16th St. and Baltic Ave. 
Elwood Kem, Pastor 



PRESBYTERIAN 



BAYSIDE PBESBYTEBIAN CHURCH 

Near Robbins Corner 
Rev. J. E. Johpson, Pastor 

BOW CBEBK PBESBYTEBIAN 
CHUBCH 

Roiemont Ro«d and Plaza Trail 
Went«\J. Miller, Minister 

CALVARY PBESBYTEBIAN CHURCH 

First St., Glenrock, Norfolk 
V E. Crowell Cooley, Pastor 



ST. FRANCIS' EPISCOPAL CHUBCH 

fc 509 R^semont Road 
The Rev. Clayton E. Criif^er, Vicar 



FRIENDS 



METHODIST 



PLAZA METHODIST CHUBCH 

208 Pliaia Trail 
Hci*ert G. Hobtw, Pastor 



CHRIST PBESBYTEBIAN CJIUBCH 

1200 Aravona Boulevard 
U. Bland Dudley. Minister 



BAYLAKE Mt':THOniST CHI RCH 

Shore Dr, at Trea.sure Island Dr. 

In Baj'side 

Raymond E. Musser. Minister 



SCOTT MEMORIAL METHODIST 
CHUBCH 

409 First Colonial Road 
Rev. H. Wark Curry, Pastor 



FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Pacific Ave. at aOlh St. 
John S. Lyles, Pastor 



FRIENDS meeting' 

( Quaker) 
Laskin Road 



BEECV GROVE METHODIST CHURCH 

Princess Anne 
tUts R. Ju<'kson. Pastor 



ST. MARK A.M.E. CHURCH 

Oceana 
Rev. D. P. Felton, Pastor 



KEMP8VILLE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

620 Kemvaville Road 
J. L. Coppock, Pastor 



KEMPSVILLE BAPTIST CHUBCH 

7720 Princess Anne Rd. 
Charles H. Jones. Pastor 



KING'S GRANT BAPTIST CHAPIO, 

Meetinir In Kinifslon Elementary School 
W. Glenn Tallant. Pastor 



MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST CHUBCH 

L. Warren Chase, Pastor 




KINGS GRANT PRESBYTERIAN 
CHUBCH 

(Now meeting in the Kind's Grant Ele- 
mentary S<-hool) 

Raymond C. Flitton, Pastor 



LYNNHAVEN PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Lynnhaven Villaire 
, Rev. Marlon R. Webb, Jr. 



OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHUBCH 

Back Ba>-, Virifinia 
Alvin St. Clair, Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE FREEWILL 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

1415 Oceana Blvd. 
T. J. Tingle, Pastor 



PRINCESS ANNE pLAZA BAPTIST 
CHIBCH 

245 Rosemont Road 
Rev. Melvin Hufrhes, Pastor 



ST. JOHN'S BAPTIST CHUBCH 

Princess Anne Court House 
Rev. Bruce B. Perkins. Pastor 



LONDON BRIDGE BAPTIST CHUBCH 

London Bridire. Virginia 
G. Edward Huirhes. Pwtor 



THALIA LYNN BAP-H^T CHURCH 

Va. Bea<1i Blvd. adjoining Princess 

Hitrh School 

Rev. Robert N. Wallace 



BRETHREN 



GRACE BRETHREN CHURCH 

Great Newk at Hilltop 
A. Harold Arrinfton. Pastor 



WALKER REALTY CORP. 

Brand! Mice 
S277 VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. 
Adjacent To Priacen Abb Plaza 

WE SELL, BUY, RENT * TRADE 

TELEPHONE S4MU1 



"And they Ufted up their voices, and said, Jesus, Master, have mercy on us" 

— John 17:13 

The quality of mercy is 
s^iown clearly through the life 
of Christ upon earth. 

And yet some of us do not 
clearly understand the meaning 
of the word. We think of mercy, 
perhaps, as something to be 
received from the hands of a 
master, a king, or a victor in 
battle. We do not realize that 
we, too, can evidence the qual- 
ity of mercy in our daily lives. 

Look to your dictionary. 
Rate yourself on such things* 
as forebearance; compassion; 
willingness to forgive and be 
kind; leniehcy. 

Mercy is something you may 
extend to others as you expect 
it for yourself. 



Raad your BIBLE daily 

and 

60 to CHURCH 

SUNDAY 



THALIA TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHUBCH 

420 Tlialia Road 
Sidney D. Crane, Minister 




WYCLIFFE PRESBYTFJtIAN CHURCH 

John B. Dey Eleni. School 
J. Stanton Blain, Pastor 



ROMAN CATHOLIC 



STAR or THE SEA CATHOLIC 
CHURI-H 

14th St. and Arctii- Clr<'lc 
Rev. Francis V. Dambrick 



ST. GREGORY THE GREAT 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

7271 VirKinia Bea<h Blvd. 

Rev. Flavian Yelinko, O.S.B. 

Rev. Paschal Knelp, 0,9.8, 



ST. MATTHEWS CATHOLIC CHU-^Jc'- 

1010 Sandra Lane. Va. Bea<-li 
Father OHara, Father Fiirflay 

ST. NICHOLAS CATHOLIC CHIJRCR 

044 Little N<xk Road 
Rev. Thomas M. Sunmiers 



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 



J. C WHEAT 
.\ND COMPANY 

MEMBER 
' NEW YORK 
STOCK EXCHANGE 

15 SELDEN ARC/iDE 
NORFOLK. VA. 

PHONE HAS-4Xil 



; A BRIGHTER YOU^ 

8# rtady for ^e bright and Sunny, | 
^fmi-filled days ahead. Stop and^^' 
^^intodoyl 

THEORJGINAt 



CONTACT 

ALDRIDGE & CHAAABBIS, INC. 

EXTERMINATORS *> 
About tk«ir CempUu P«*t Coatrol Sarvie*. 
PHONE 340.US2 



mm 



Wc Get The Best Of Pests" 




FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIH-r, 
^SCIENTIST i 

209 30th Street 



URASAN 

REALTY ft INSURANCE CORPS. 
3401 Va. Beach Blvd. — Vhmt 340-3030 

"Remember Hie Man From Larasan" 



ROSEWOOD MEMORIAL PARK, INC. 

CEMETERY 

PRINCESS ANNE MEMORIAL PARK 

CEMETERY 
FOR INFORMATION CALL GY 7-8925 



WHITEHURST REALTY COMPANY 

LASKIN ROAD AT HILLTOP 

PEAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 

SALES & RENTALS 

TELEPHONE <2»«886 

Hie Key To Better Living 



OCEANA BEAUTY ACADEMY 

1737 VIRGINU BEACH BOULEVARD 

Phone 428-3246 

Virgkda Beach, Vfa-gi&ia 23453 

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY 



KELLAM-EATON INSURANCE CO. 

3111 Pacific Are. — TeUphon* GA 8-9161 
2406 B. PriDceif Anne R4. Dial 426.5606 
Real E(tate — Reati^ _ 





SEASIDE MARKET 






We DcUver 


'< 




Telejiheoe 428-9313 




23rd 


Street Virginia 


Beach 



FLOWERS 
HERBERT HARRELL FLORIST 

PHONE 428-8732 



PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING A 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIERS, Inc 

2 Location* To Serve Yon 

RaiKo Diipatched Trucki 

431 Virginia Beach BUd. — Dial 428- 1660 

Princett Anne Station — Dial 426-6216 



mepi 



iMvd 



HAIR STYLIST 
INC 



245 MoRficsile AvMHW 
Ph. 622-9056 



BRINKLEY'S SHEU SERVICE 

"Frieadiy e^rrlce ptaa QwyUy Protect" 

31rt Street and Baltic Atwm 

Telephone GA 8-4232 Virginia Beack 



MAESTAS FUNERAL HOME 

VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 
PHONE 428-6121 



MURDEN DRUG CO., Inc. 

Prompt - Efficient Pretcription Sorrica 

Phone 340-8 1 1 1 2264 Va. Beach Bird. 

FREE DELIVERY 



The "CONVERSE" Tennfa Oxford For Men 
ai^ Boys Is Available At 

HIRSCHLER'S SHOES 

Aragona &«oppIag Ceatar 
4848 Virginia Beach Blvd. 



BE4.0 SUPERMARKET 

{4MidoB Bri^ Va. ai 

Mth Street ft Afctie Av«w 
Vh0Bia 



"^OSES 



Year Shopping Center 



CAVALIER GARAGE 

lOHNNY DUDLEY 

DirecdT Behind Ha«il 

Indcpeadcntly Opcnted 
Holly Road ft Caralier Dr. — 428-2131 



X 



OCEANA CURB MARKET 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEANA 

Coantry Cured Bacon, Hams ft Shoaldaiv 

Fresh Fmita, Vegetablaa, 

Groceries ft Heata 



W. A. WOOD, Inc. 

C« a i iia a fan Ac^ 

Haahia OO A Refining Cn. 

Fad Oil and KeroasB* 

Dial CA ft-aSM 



FLOYD T, DEARY CO. 

UM INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD 

VntGINU BEACH. VIRGINU 2301 

ALL TYrap WraJ>ING 



F. S. McCOY 




I%one42M113 



McCOY OIL COMPANY 

B^et Payment Pla — KeroiMe — FWl 01 
310 VirfiBia Beat* »vd. Va. Beach, Va. 



PRESTON SHB.TON 

CUSTCHM BUILDING 

VkfWa Beach, Va. 



f 



t If^M NOTICES 

WfTKE 

Take a;Aie« that on June 14. 
ISiti, at 10:00 a.m. ^ Holt Bui:k 
Inj., «^0 ViTgjiia Beach B.vd., 
V.rginia Beaai, Virgink, we n .all 
t, 0^ to sale, one 19S3 Bx,k 
Eitcfe. serial- niin.!j8r 8i5D&;2j5, 
staed and ^ repossessed f r<Hn 
Giorge I. Wilson. 1065 Brooklyn 
Avenue, Vffgiiua Beach, Virginia, 
by virtue of the breach of a cer- 
tain Conditional Saleo Contract, 
daled June 13. 1934, in pur£ua-c3 
cf the Uniform Sales A;t of Vir- 
ginia. Terms Cash. 

Holt Baick, Inc. 

21st & Padfic 

Virginia Bs&^, Virginia 
5-M-lt 

SPECIAL CC^MISSto.NERS' 

fALE pr rROPERTY 

Numbered eOt Great fittk tUtad. 

VirglBh fleich, Virgii* 

Pursuant to the terms of the 
decree eBtCTed in the Circuit Court 
of the City ol Virginia Beach wi 
April 8, 1966, in the suit of Jack 
Lee Combs et als; Cwnplainant, 
V. Larry Corrihs et als. Defend- 
ants, therein pending, the under- 
signed will offer for sale, subject 
to confirmation by the Court, at 
public auction, for cash, on FYl- 
day. May 27, 1966, at 10:00 o'clock 
a.m.. Daylight Saving Tme, on 
the front steps of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, the following described 
property, towit: 

All those two certain lots, tracts, 
pieces or psffcels of land, situate, 
lying and being in what was for- 
merly Lynnhaven Magisterial Dis- 
trict. Princess Anne County, Vir- 
ginia, now Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, being known, nunlbered and 
designated as Lots Numbers 9 and 
10 as stKmn on the plat of Lynn- 
haven Vark, which plat is duly re- 
corded in the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, formerly Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, in Map Book 22 
at page 78, to w^ich plat reference 
is hereby made for a more par- 
ticular description of the afore- 
mentioned lots. 

The building on the above prop- 
erty is numbered 2228 Great Neck 
Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia. A 
deposit of $200.00 will be required 
from successful bidder, and set- 
tlement to be made within fifteen 
(15) days from the date of the 
confirmation of sale. 

FREDERICK C SWINK, 

Special Cwnmissioncr 

HERMAN A. SACKS. ' 

Special Commissioner 

I hereby certify that the bond 
required in the siwye deaee has 
been duly fiven. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
J. Curtjs Fruit. D.C. 

5-19-2t 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

10 Special Notic»« 

! AUCTION SALE. Golf cart, bicy- 
I de, desk, window fan, coffee ta- 
i ble. Plus 70 mwe items. May 24th 
10 a.m. at Virginia Beach Trans- 
fer Warehouse. 1900 Virginia 
Beach Boulevard. Maury Riganto 
auctioneer. 5-12-2t 



GHOST WRITING SERVICE - 
Speeches, articles, pnwnotion, re- 
ports, etc. You have the thoughts 
... I have the words. Phone 340- 
1978 after 6 PM., for details and 
prices. 4-28 tfn 

AUTOMOTIVE 



26 Mobil* Homtc For Sal* 



HOMETTE -,. 1964. 52x10 foot. 2 
bedrooms, beige and white. Early 
/American furniture, stove, refrig- 
erator and washer; like new; lo- 
cated lot 144, Davisville Court at 
Hilltop. Virginia Beach. Just as- 
sume payments and move in. Mr. 
DeHart, 340«11. 340^591, 340-Wl. 

3-24-tfn 

BUSINESS SERVICES 

30 Applianc* S*rvre*« 



NOTICE! 
Contractors & Home Builders - 
Let us help you with that new 
home - additions — or repairs. 
We can fumish materials from 
basement to attic and aid you in 
financing. 
PhMie: Kellam & Eaton. Inc. 
(1) 42&-:^l 
^-3750 
406-3937 
tftj 

CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 



Repairs 



xtol 



H«M<iiiAU 



L«aa4r«BiM« 
DmImk for WMiiwik 



W. C. JOHNSON 

322 • 17tk StrMt 

Vir|iai« Baacb 

PImm CA •■4«71 



BUSINESS SIRViaS 



M Appiianc*. S*rvie*s 



VACUUM CLEANERS - Hoover, 
Sales and ser\ic& Prompt ef:. 
ficient repairs. Pick up ud de- 
livery. Phone 4264222. Fuel 
Feed & Building Supplies, Inc. 

tfo 



EMPLOYMENT 



31 Building— R*pairing 



PAINTING wanted. Small jobs, in- 
terior or exterior. Call 428-7583. 
___^ 5-^-4t 

NO'nCKI 
Contractors k Hwne Builders- 
Let ua help you with that new 
home — additions — or repairs. 
We can fumish materials from 
basement to attic and aid you in 
financing. 
Phone: Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 

(1) 426-2661 

426-3!l37 
tfa 

EMPLOYMENT 



42H«lpW«iifed 

Male or Female 

PHCTCKm.APHY-^Familiar with 
photograijAy to process and print 
3i^nm film in own home or shop. 
Gacd income. State tyipe of dark- 
room and equ-^xnent ownsd. Give 
address and pbone nundwr. Repiy 
to Virginia Seach Sun, Box No. 
133. &4i9^t 



43 Position Want*d— F*male 

Will do baby sitting in my home 
by hour, or care for chilth-en for 
working mothers. Age 2 years and 
up. Cat! 428 5S7. 5-12-tifn 

FINANCIAL 



50 Businoss Opportunities 



1965 Singer. Monograms, button- 
holes, fancy stitches, etc. Take 
over balance $47.90. $1.25 a week. 
Call Credit Depwtment. 853-7491. 

2-24-tfn 



40 H*lp Want*d--F*mal* 

Experienced seamstress wanted. 
Ladies' or men's alterations. Full 
or part time. Gem Tailors. Call 
428-0545. 5.2fr4t 



UNLIMITED EARNINGS 

Sell Real Estate. Have (^eaings 
for saleswomen at Virginia Beach 
Office, kxated next to Princess 
Anne Plaza Shoj^ing Center. Ex- 
cellent working conditions and 
Equal Duty Time. Many fringe 
benrfits such as Hospitalization, 
Group Instance, Incentive Bonus 
Han. Experience not necessary. 
We will train you. All interviews 
confidential. Call J. F. .PetCTs, 
340-3232. 

. Goodman-Segar-Hogan 
ResidentlBl Sales Corp. 



BEAUTY CONSULTANT 
iEAUtjCIANS 

COSMETICL\NS 
MODELS 
"Youth WiU Have It's Way" 
As a young and growing com- 
pany, we know this is true. We 
want to talk to ladies who have 
the desire and capacity to pave 
their way to high income and ad- 
vancement opportunities. To model 
and demonstrate a complete new 
concept in modern cosmetics with 
the finest line of products. 
MORNING COFFEES 
AFTERNOON TEAS 
EVENING GLAMOUR HOURS 
Free training in proven success 
techniques are just a part (A our 
growth package. Excellent oppor- 
tunities for those with managerial 
£^ihty. Age over 21. 
Awards ^ 

Bonnses 

Commissions 

CHOOSE YOUR OWN HOUBS 

NO CANVASSING 

Call 428-1750 

2-17-tfn 

41 H*lp Wantad— Mai* 

CAB DRIVERS. Service men ac- 
cepted. No experience necessary. 
$85-$125 weekly. We pay for City 
permit. Also free room rent. Safe- 
way Taxi. '3762 Shore Drive. Vir- 
ginia Beach. 464-6262. 9-23-tfn 

42 Help Wanted 
Male Of Female 

MANPOWER, INC. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 
Typists I 
Stenographen 

We have inrunediate assignments, 

many adjacent to Virginia Beach. 
NO FEE 

Time off between jobs when de. 

sired— work on these tanporary 

jobs when convenient to you. 

Phone now for interview and job 

assignment, 627-3661. 

Manpower, Inc. 
733 Boush ^eet 
I . 5^-t6i 

Cocks, male or female or married 
couple. Have ^artoient. Retired 
ladies for front desk. No experi- 
ence necessary. Must live on 
premises. 1705 Atlantic Avenue. 

5-12-3t 
^ 

CLASSIFIED DtSPLAY 



V INCOME - SPARE TIME 
No selling. Refill and collect m<Mi- 
ey from New Type coin operated 
^spensers in this area. Must have 
car, references, $550 to $1850 cash. 
Ten hours weddy can net excel- 
lent income. More time can result 
in more money. For personal in- 
terview write CO-REP., INC. 10 
P.'UjIFORNIA fiWE., PITTS- 
BURGH. PA.. 15202. Include phone 
nun^er. 5-26-lt 



60 Corr*spond*nc« Coursos 



PIANO lessons glv«i In my home 
or yours. Aragona Village. CaU 
497-6296. 3-17-tfn 

MERCHANDISE 



yu Articlos For Sal* 



IT'S inexpensive to clean rugs and 
upholstery with Blue Lustre. Rent 
electric shampooer $1. Oceana 
Feed and Hardware Co., Inc. 

S-26-U 



iWElL kept carpets show the re- 
sults of regular Blue Lustre spot 
cleaning. Rent electric shampooer 
$1. Bayside Hardware. «-26-lt 



FOR SALE: Hard Maple 42-inch 
round dining table, 2 extra leaves. 
Mate chairs, year old. Phone 428- 
4700. 5-19-31 



Stainless steel; 3 door, Sta<k)ld 
commercial refrigerator. Original 
cost $1200. Selling for $500. Call 
^8-1515. 4-14-tfn 



ALADDIN'S LAMP^ANTIQUES 
Many happy surprises including 
books. Rflbbins Comer. P. P^ 
Owen, Manager. ^4.6344. 5-5-4t-R 



93 Household Goods 



CARPET FACTS - I can sell first 
quality regular $7.99 Dupont 501 
continuous filament and Caprolon 
nylons $3.99 sq. yd. Twenty-eight 
colors. Call Mr. Parker— MA 2- 
9816. 344-tfn 



CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 

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Aik Your Eye Physician 
About 



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GUILD OPTICIAN 
Serving Virginia Beach 

1369 Ladiin Rd., Vm. Beach 

Barnard H. McNamara, Mgr. 

CArdan 8-4030 




cross I 
tiger 
with I 
parrot.. 

AND WHEN IT TALKS, 

Y(IU'D BEHER LISTEN! 

... and you'd better listen 
to this, too! One of the 
nicer things in life is the 
easy living at Regency at 
Hilltop apartments. No 
lawns to inow (it's done 
for you) no walks to shovel 
(it's done for you) ... in 
fact all you have to do at 
Regency at Hilltop is move 
in and start living easy. 
Why not drive out to 
Regency at Hilltop today 
and see what else we can 
do for you. It only takes a 
minute to fall in love with 
Regency tt Hilltop apart- 
ments ... and the tigar- 
rot won't say a word. 

ice aur dtrorstwl niodrl 

iMwrtiiirnl. 
Drivr Kmmt on Vlrfinla 
Bfwh Bhil.. (R(. .581 Irft 
•t Luiikln Rd. ovrrpiMk. 
thrn left at Krtmtr Dr. 
(Look {or the Krcnir> 
(Isn.) 



PAY ONE BILL! 

Air cendilionini and 
Utilititt Inclwdad. 

»T MIUTOf 

Opaa tfiily, SwUf n 'til T 

Mcltsky Realty Co , inc. 
IWlit» 340- ini 



557 South Atlantic Avenue — Summer cottage 
for You — Winter Rental for Income at the coming 
Section of Virginia Beach, Croatan. 3 bedrooms, 
2J4 baths, recreation room. Only $26,500 fur- 
nished. Several summer leases in effect at $200 
week for immediate investment return. Call Juan- 
ita Dickson, Dickson Realtors, 428-6501. 



Virginia Beadi SUN, Thwr$c!«y, May 26, 1966 



Page 7-B 



'>r L L- RGN T ■ SwA> >• HIRE • BUY • SELL' RENT • SWAP 'HIRE • BUY ■ SELL- RENT- SWAP-MI^/E 



(EHfm CUSSIFIED ADS GETRESUHS 



HIRfE ' F5ij> • SF:lL'RENT • SWAP • HIRE* BUY- SELL* REN T • SWAP 'HIRE • BUY' • SELL-REfJT 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE ! RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



100 ROOMS FOR RENT 



R«»n for rem. Sii^ or dwide. 
109 Aptly Furn.— Unfurn. 



ONE BEDItOOM ftirmshed apaft- 
meot. One efficiency apartmoit. 
Year round. Call iSB^em or 42l- 
3731 3-17-tfn 



110— Apartmenft Unfurn. 



Unfurnished dpartmeots. 2 bed- 
rooms each. Oil heat, both newly 
painted throughout. Hectric range 
and refrigerator furnished. Year 
round rent. Must see to ajf^re- 
ciate. CaU 4281940, 428-3113. 4-7-tfn 



LONDON BRIDGE-Duplex apart- 
meiA. 2361 Wolf St. Stove and 
refrigerator. DeHart. 3404591, 340- 
8311, 3404971. 2-17-tfn 

i MM 

111 Apartmantt Fumishkd 



Nicely furnished 2 betkYwm, 
oceanside apartment. August 28 
thru June 20. 1967. Suitable for 
2 or 3 teachers. 1117.50 per month. 
Includes heat and water. Call ^8- 
2712. 5-26-lt 



Apartment for rent. Sleeps 6 or 7. 
Conveniently located to 31^ Street 
shopping center. 1^ block from 
ocean. $700 for season or $75 
weekly. 428-5357 or 2905 Arctic 
Avenue. 5-124ln 



LOW winter raies untU June 1st, 
or yearly. Also monthly. Located 
in the heart of the beach, near 
ocean front. 428.6713. 10-21-tfn 



Austin's Court Motel Apartments, 
206 - 19th Street. Efficiency 
apartments. All utilities fur- 
nished. Also, 4-room apartmoit 
and furnished rooms. Block 
Itam Bus Station. By wedc w 
month. 

tfn 



Living room, bedroom, kitchen, 
hath. Convenient to shopping, 
churches, laundromat. Very 
reasonable yearly rental. Pacific 
Avenue. Phone owno- 428-5016 
or 428-2143. 

7-29-tfn 



APARTMENTS — Furnished <x 
unfu^shed. Yearly or seasonal. 
Cooper Realty, 2807 Pacific Ave- 
nue, 428-1330. Nights 428-6833. 

3-2-tfn 



ni ApartnwnU Purni» h«a 

OrE^A-246 MdcHe Lane. Fur- 
niabed studio apartmart. Hea(, 
water, stOir^e, parking. Near bus. 
Annual lease. 5-19-tfn 



RENTAL REAL ESTATt 



113A Houses. Furr>ished 
or Unfurnished 

1 bedroom $35. 2 bedroom $75-$l2S. 
3 bedroom |85-|a)0. Anchor Real- 
ty. 428-7421 anyti me. 12-9-tfn 

1 1SA Resort Property 
For Rent 

2 bedroom unftimished house. 
Steve and refrigerator fumidied. 
809 Delaware Avenue, Virginia 
Beach. Call ffl6-19Q8. 5-26-tfn 



1215 Cypress, three bedrowns, two 
baths, heat, yearly lease. $11000 
month. CaU 428-7152. 4-21-tfn 

Near bases and beach. Small cot- 
tages furnished. No deposits. Cou- 
ple only. No pets. Call 340«329. 
4-7-tfn 

1 1 6 Business Places 

For Rent 

OFFICE - London Bridge, 317C 
Great Neck Road. Two rooms with 
heat included. $50 per month. Mr. 
DeHart-340-8591. 12-9-tfn 



1 1 6 Business Places 
For Rent 

2240 Greatneck Road — Office for 
rent, includes utilities, telaphons, 
air condition, clerical services. 
$125.00 month. Call 464^521."' 

4-21-tfn 



Office space for rent. Reasonable. 
All fully equJR)ed. Call 428-9533, 
428-9370. 5-19-tfn 

3707 Virginia Beach Boulveard. 
Office and retail store space avail- 
able. Brand new, beautiful, two 
story elevated building. Ideally lo- 
cated betweai Pembroke Square 
and Princess Anne Plaza. Call By- 
ler Realty, 340-8061 or 340-3805. 

12-9-tfn 

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 

124 Houses For Sale 



Aragona & Pemibroke residents. 
Our office is in Aragona Village 
at 4920 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
(next to Flying A Station i. Please 
let us help you sell or rent your 
h(Mne or bebter yet, we can ar- 
range a trade for a brand new 
custom built hMtie anywhere in 
Virginia Beach. Call 497-4854. Real 
Estate Brokers. 

RUNNELLS & £TOHL, INC. 

5-l&«, 



BUY -SELL 
BUILD - TRADE 

We are ready to help you obtain the home you 
and your family need and desire. 

GET THE ANSWERS TO PERSONAL QUESTIONS 
9 Is my means sufficient? 

• What about my present home? 

• How about financing? 
9 When can I move in? 

DISCUSS THESE QUESTIONS WITH OUR 
COURTEOUS SALES REPRESENTATIVES 

Call 497-4851 

iRUNNELLS &GtOHL 

Rt/^L E-ST/\TE- BROKE-RS 

AND HOME BUILDERS 

4920 VIRGINIA BEACH BOULEVARD 

VIRGINtA BEACH, VIRGINIA 23462 

Custom-built new homes and trade-ins in 

all sections of Virginia Beach 



• • • facing Me Aflanfie Ojcean ... 4 higfi 
rise designed for fliose who en/oy living 

by f Ae sea 




Between Pacific and Atlantic Aves. 
at Thirty-ninth St., Virginia Beach 

A 72-unif apartrntnt complex, new*!) and moif modern in th« South . . . ItvUhly 
pUiiMd, un^Holy Y-ili«p*d to afford oach dwolling unit a tpactacular viaw of tho 
eeoan from an Individual tarraea. From tka i!nfla badroom with its dainty powdar 
rooan and bath to tka thraa-badroom with two of thrta batht, all reomi kra anormoui, 
aaiily aeeetnmodatinq mauiva furnituro . . . with aaeh family anjoying aaparataly 
eontrellad haat and air conditionina. Apartmaiit* a^uippad with larga rafrigarateri, 
deuliia a^n, ditbwathara «Md ditposali. 



# Swimming Pod 

# Sun Deck 

# lUerMtten tni fley Reem 



Lobby Lounge 

Bebw Greund G«raget 

litcony View of Ocean 



I, 2, 3 Bedrooms from $195 



Kel«m & Eafw, Agents 
3111 P»cme Ave. , 
Virgini* Beedi, Ye. 



Mrs. Reb't Hewitt, fteu^tnt 

Manaflfr. Open Daily 

9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Cal GA I-787S 



REaL estate FOR SAU 

ut nou»e» Hor Seie 

3 and 4 bedroom, 2 beth, brick. 
Ranch and 2 story htanes. G.I., 
F.H.A. financing available. Call 
Anchor Realty anytime. 428-7421. 
Member of MLS and NLS. 12-9-tfn 



CLASSIFIfcD DISPUY 
IN5TRUCTIONS 



LmDON BRIDGE - Gatewood 
Park, 2 duplex apartments, live in 
one side; rent the other. FTftA, VA 
or Conventional Loan. DeHart 

Cons., 34(mii, m^sai. 340-4971. 

MMtn 



125 Lots For Sale 



BACK BAY — On Gum Bridge 
Road near Charity Church. 2''« 
acre. Ready to build on. Price 
$2,200. Phone 340«11, 3404971, 
340^591. 3^1-<fD 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

Briitow Hardin, Dirocter 

312 • 35tk Str««t 

Virginia Baack 



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For Tax Purpose 

CALL TODAY FOR 
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AUCTION! 



1,820 Acres On The Shining Atlantic! 

L\ ESTABLISHED RESORT 

AREA ON N. C.'s FAMED 

OUTER BANKS! 

Property of: 

East Coast Properties, Inc. 

Sat., May 28 & Mon., May 
30 at 10:00 A.M. 

On the premises Kitty Hawk Beach 
on U. S. Hwy. 158 at 

KIHY HAWK, N. C. 

Look for AuctMMi Tent! Signs wiO 
gukle you. Representatives on 
ground prior to Auction to show 
property. 

You'll Enjoy Beach Living at Its Fullest 
At Fabulous Kitty Hawk BeachI 

CJKX)se k)ts near ocean or around cham- 
pionship golf course! Enjoy swimming, 
surfing, fishing, huiAing, goTf — with 
more than 1 10 mile of ycur own pri- 
vate beach, everythii^ for fun in the 
stai! Look these over! Buy extra k>ts to 
hold for profit! 

18-Hole Golf Course 
Goes To High Bidl 



Kitty Hawk BeachI 
Kitty Hawk Woodsl 

# 18-H<rie GiOt Coorw 

# 4 Larft Tracts 

# Beadi Lota 

# Wooded Lota 

# Omunerdal Lota 

YOU SET PRiai 



576 LOTS 


With Private 


Beach and 


Golf Course 



A-1 Commercial Front- 
age on busy U.S. Hwy. 

t 1581 

This is right at the beach! 4 
large tracts, mjaiy krts! Get in 
first . . ^ select bi^i-^rdit site 
for nrjotel. restaurant, stwe, 
apartments, or rther enter- 
prise. Over 2,500,000 pec^e vis- 
ited area last year — more 
coming! 



Practic^ly cai^;4ete. destgned 
by pnrfessionals. Will have 
modem irr^tMn system, pro 
Aop. A 1300.000 bond posted 
by buikfer guai^antees comple- 
tkm to your ^)eciCcations! You 
set jHTce! 



Kitty Hawk Woods Offers Yoar 'Round Uving 
In Golf Rosort and Recroation ArMi 

Here's scoik; beauty anwid as-kele 

117 Exclusive ^^ course, with dogwood. Uv«Mk, 

^f other trees to oihance loispaled 

HomositOS jpiesder! Select exc.'usive sAt for 

manner w permanent heme! 

Ifamiesite in Kitty Itewk Woods includes paid-tq) initiation fee in 

Ciub activities, reserved ocean aad sound beadwe, mera i > ei rf ^ p 

a(^lication in Croatan Golf aad Beach Qob! 

HARD SURFACE STREfTSi UTIUTIKI 

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26, 




I'y^d pf^^.\npiia] fetes 
For Local Cirl 



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MISS HELTON 



Members Of May Court 



DANVILLE - Two Virginia 
Stildi girls played prominent 
|)«1s is ti»s year's May Day cel- 
ebratioH at StralfDrd College. Miss 
Le Reinfaardt and Miss Nancy 
Welton were itwn^rs of the May 
Cowt. ' 

Rain. forced this year's pageant 
to be held in the college gymna- 



.•ium instead <.[ thi' amphitheater. 
A s;>iihomore. Miss Reii^iardt is 
the d jughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 
ert S. lieinhardt ^-rf SIflS Atlantic 
\\'e: Mis.^ Welton, a frestanan, 
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Richard F. Welton III of 1065 S. 
Bav Shore Dr. 




,'. ■; ■,• V. \ ■ .■, ■ i: : ! \\.±- 

j).i 1- M : ..k ::!. loN. will 

hi' givim i). (':i, :: n an:i Mr^. J. 
!,. M :..::.■ J:. . V r^;.i:a W-yy.h 
./, !••• .■ n'-:!. ■A:-: 20, Pr :,';, 
I '), \\S. \\<!! 'i' 

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V.:'-\ ••:. ■■ . ..:.K. .!:■..' ' 1) :, 
\ ., ^ :rk. 

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'. . ;.; . vi ; '1. . . 1., - J , , ;,. 

.,-•;■ :. '.:. : ,\ ! i-:. ■• .n Lr .' 
S!:. .'.xr u::.- ;;.•. en b; ':;•-. I ..;;: 
Mu-iicv an;i \.: . D..;:.] W.i.kjn.i- 
do! ir at t.ic l-it!:? C:".': .^ n- 
phiD.cus Ecse Cii^icrs C'Lb Mi'.s. 
Rcbert He:'gic and Mr.^. H ,b?n 
Get berg, sisters ol tiis grn,Tn, pre- 
sented her with a bridal sht.ver 
luncheon at Mr-. Hf?.gie's home in 
Smith; 3wn, Long Island. In Tren- 
ton, New Jersey, Judge and .Mrs. 
Bjdward Pnelan were h.);ts hir a 
receptian and sh(;wer. Mis.s Pa- 
tricia Benze of Virginia Reach en- 
tertained in honor of Mi.s.<i .Norton 
at the Norfolk Yacht and Coun- 
try Club. 

Janice M. Norton i- the daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J: scph .M. 
Ncrtan of Lake Shores. Her wjd- 
ding to En.sign McCormsck will 
tski' place May 21 in Our Udy 
c! Victory C.'iapel. United Stats.? 
Xr.val Base. N:,rfolk. 




Two Virginia Bsach girls have 
been .selected tc positions at Ran- 
do!ph-LMf.C'(in Woman's C:;llej;'e far 
th? 1966-fi7 academic year. They 
::re , Sus:.nne Cnurc*h Lawkr, 
daightor of Mr. and Mrs. Wsbstcr 
R. Liwlor of 6902 Atlant':- Ave., 
elcc'.ed a--::i.;tsnl scc;;;l ch'i:i\-nar;; 
and Sisan E.'/abe.h S:-*i!:rs 
daughter cf Y:. and Mr-. T.vn- 
as Duncan Sellers of 2713 Sandy 
Va'ky Road, sjlccted a.ssi.-,tant 
orientation chairman. 



THE RFVEREND EDMU>fD BERKELEY (holding cup) chats with 
friends at the reception given at Eastern Shore Chapel recently. 
.Mrs. Berkeley listens intently to the conversation, (photo by Cas- 
sandra) " 

Berkleys Honored 



VIRGINIA BE.\CH-The Rev. 

Edmund Berkley of Galilee Epis- 
cc.pal Churfch and his family will 
soon be enjoving his Sabbati;al 
Year aTLer 17 years of faithful ser- 
vice to the ccmmunity .To honor 
the mini-ter and his wife, the St. 
Francis Circle of Galilee invited 
the.Ti to be special guests to a cov- 
ered dish dinner bef,ore the regu- 
lar monthly meeting. 

T';e Berkleys were- presonted 
'.vith a statuette cf S.. Francis of 
Ass: i. 

The Circle was founded by Mrs. 

B'jfkley f.r the profesional women 

j c! the church and who. because 

' of tile time and other factors, 



could not attend meetings of reg- 
ular church circles. Mrs. Loring 

Smith is the current,, chauinan of 
the circle. 

Tha Rev, Berksley was invited 
by Eastern Shore Chapel to preach 
at the eleven o'clock service, aft- 
er which an infomial reception 
was given for the Berkeleys. 

Last week the congregation of 
Galilee was invited to attend a 
picnic at Old Donation Church in" 
ci'jbrat'on of its fiftieth .anniVsr- 
i-ary. Bishop Tucker was present 
and many enjoyed the reunion b3- 
cause cf the long association Gali- 
lee has had with tiie Tucker 
family. 



Letter Presented 



VIRGINIA BE.\CH - James A. 
Hedrick, a sailor from Oceana 
Naval k\v Station at Virginia 
Beach, was presented a letter of 
appreciation from Jack P.irce, 
the vic° 'jresident ?f \\T.\R Radio 
and Television, far his hcb in 
rescuing three WTAR employees 
ircsa tb^ station's wearier patrol 
heljccpter after a crash. 

The letter was presented in cer- 
emonies hdd at Oceana Air ^- 
.tion on May 2. 

Hedrick was walking his d<^ in 
a wooded area near Itis home in 
Vii^inia Beadi when he noticed 
the WT.\R helicopter flying over- 
head. Suddenly, as he watched. 
it seemed to fall apart and fall to 
&e grcund near him. 

Realizing the danger that could 
exist were a fire to be ignitwl 
from the crash, he neverthdess 
rushed to the crashed helicopter 
and pulled the three passengers 
JB .safe distance away from the 
wreckage. 

In his letter to Capt. D. C. 
Ransey. 11. Hedrick's command- 
ing officer. Prince wrote. "It U>ok j 
cxti-eme calmness and courage to 
as-ist these gentlemen not know- 
faig whether or not the helic^^pter 
might explore or the still twirling 
blade might somehow harm him." 



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Personals 

Mrs. Stuart Ash.tian of 118 7oth 

St;T'' has 'cc;'n a u'jLT.t gutst at 
Chalfonte Haddon Hall in Atlantic 
City. N- J. 

* * * 

James P. Landis, .^cn of Lt. Col. 
and Mrs. William H. Landis, ha3 
b^:n na.r.id to the Di'an's Li t at 
3Li>i:.n, a mt:.i's c-lhgc of busi- 
no i a:. nir::^t";:;ion, Wellesley 
iHilli, .Mas^c:usL-:o. He is a grod- 
•jat. ; Pri,.. ■. s Xnre Hi^ i £2ho6l 
and ;.-c£entiy a jjnior at Ba json. 

# A * * 

On the D.,.:n' List in the Colloge 

• ■c'':.r., of vir'.;inia Tech 

durk^ the winter quarter ara 

J. .._.^ ,).., iii...y S. Can- 
bay' Jr., John W. Gra.idy and Jer- 
ry A. Hinn. 

* •" • 
ME'r(anne Jensen, a Louisiana 

State University student from Vir- 
ginia Beach has been initiated in- 
to the LSU chapter cf Pi Kappa 
Lambda, a national music honor 
society. Miss Jensen, a junior ma- 
joring in music, is the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jensen 
of 4829 Dolly Madison Lane. 

* * » 

C. F. Warfcrd Jr., a student 
at the University of South Caro- 
lina, was awarded the Capt. R. W. 
McNeeley Memorial Pistcl Trophy 
during the annual Commanding Of- 
ficer's Review of the Naval ROTC 
Midshiipm.''n Battalion at the Uni- 
versity held recentiy. 

* T * ■ 

Leonard H. Barrett, a 1932 alum- 
nus of Hargrave Military .-kcad- 
emy, was among those attending 
the 1966 Homecoming festivities 

recently. 

* * * 

The Dean's List of Virginia 
Tech's College cf Engineering in- 
cludes the names of .\lfr:d Y. 
Butler Jr., James D. Keller, and 
Tiiomas N. Yancey Jr. 




A SPANISH CLASS uses modtrn equipment for language study while 
window shades reveal leak stains, (photo by Cassandra) 



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All these and a bank account at F&M. 



Knowing you've got some money in the bank — that's 
a kick. So is pulling out your own checkbook with 
a name like F&M on it, filled with those 50 checks 
fully personalized free \^ith your name and ^ 
address. We'll show you how easy it is to use >* 
your checking account to budget your pay- 
check, save lunch-hour time. Then we'll clue 
you in on our Save-O-Matic service so you'll 
have some green saved up for vacations, wed- 
dings, new clothes, a down payment on a car. 
Before you know it you'll have the "bank on a 
better life" habitat First & Merchants. One habit 
you won't want to shake. . 

bank on a better life with 

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